resident was nominated for the award because of her extensive volunteer work with the Wills on Wheels program. Every year she devotes many hours of her own time to assist senior citizens and others who cannot afford legal services. Denver
“Beth is a generous and committed paralegal who provides a valuable service to the low-income elderly population in the metro area,” wrote Karen Lundgrin, Benson & Case. “I am very proud of her devotion and commitment to Wills on Wheels.”
Through Wills on Wheels, Beth Wilkins has visited many homebound seniors whose incomes were at the federal poverty level and would not have been able to afford estate planning (wills and medical directives) assistance otherwise. Traveling well beyond the
metro area, she has logged literally hundreds of miles at her own expense to visit the elderly in nursing care facilities and low-income apartment complexes. She has also presented educational programs in many senior facilities. Denver
The NFPA pro bono award includes a $1,000 donation to the charity of her choice.
Congratulations - and many thanks - to Beth Wilkins for her outstanding professionalism and service to her community.
Source: The Valley Courier