Charities

We are proud to be associated with the following charities and run regular Free Will campaigns throughout the year. We have further details on our blog - click here to view!

Paces

Paces is our charity of the year for 2020 and we're very excited to be supporting them. They support children, adults and their families who are living with neurological conditions, such as Cerebral Palsy and Parkinsons Disease. Their main focus currently (other than continuing to provide the current support) is to build a new facility to provide help for even more people than they are currently able to. Click here to read more about their vision. 

 

 


 

Stroke Association

We started supporting Stroke Association in 2020 through their Free Will Month which runs all throughout the year. They help people rebuild their lives after suffering a stroke through support services, funding research for treatments and rehabilitation, campaigning for change and more.

 

 

 

 


Cancer Research UK

We are a long standing supporter of Cancer Research UK, specifically offering their free Will services to anyone over 18. 

As of March 2020 we are also working with them to provide free Wills to key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic - click here for more information if you are a key worker or know somebody who is.

 

 

 


Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice

Bluebell Wood is a charity which touched the heart's of all our staff at Buchanan & Co. We have attended their Birthday Bashes and charity Ball, took part in their free Will month campaigns and raffled off their delicious chocolate explosions.  


Here are also more charities we currently support and have previously supported with Free Will Months, coffee mornings and raffles. Any Free Will Months happening currently will be on our home page and blog so keep your eyes peeled there!


Here are other charities we support with Free Will MonthsWe are also proud to sponsor the 'Elephant Pump' which has brought much needed water to a village in Manicaland, a north eastern province in Zimbawbwe with the help of Aquaid.