Ensure that your loved ones are taken care of in your Will, and help the Hospice at the same time by making a new Will or update your Will during our Make a Will Month in March.
Do you need to make or update your Will?
Every year during March, local solicitors who support the work of the Hospice help us to raise awareness of the importance of having a Will by waiving their normal fee for writing a basic Will in lieu of a donation to the Hospice.
If you haven't made a Will yet or you need to update your Will, this is a great opportunity to take care of an important task and ensure that you look after your loved ones in your Will, gaining peace of mind while supporting the Hospice at the same time.
After taking care of your family and friends, you may think about leaving a gift to the Hospice in your Will. There is no obligation to do so but all legacies are very important to us and will provide essential funding for our future. With your help, the Hospice can continue to help people with life-limiting illness who will receive our nursing and bereavement care.
The participating solicitors during 2016 are available to view and we will be publishing in the autumn the list of solicitors who will support us in March 2017.
To find out more about leaving a gift in your Will for the Hospice, please email either Kate Rogers or Michele Poli at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01442 869555.
Why make a Will?
A step by step guide
Leave a gift in your Will
How your gifts are used
List of participating solicitors