Leave a gift in your will
Currently 26 people a day die from pancreatic cancer in the UK because the majority of patients are diagnosed too late for potentially curative surgery.
It doesn’t have to be this way. Leave a gift in your Will to Pancreatic Cancer Action and you will help us make early detection of pancreatic cancer a reality – saving the lives of many thousands of people in the future.
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Why write a will?
Writing a Will is the only way that you can be certain that your wishes will be followed after you die. If you don’t make one, part or all of your estate may go to people who you never intended to benefit. By writing a Will you will be able to protect the future of your loved ones – keeping you in control of where your money goes after you’re gone.
We are members of Remember a Charity.
Please take a look at the Remember a Charity website for further information and help on leaving a gift.
Family and friends first – then think of Pancreatic Cancer Action…
We understand that family and friends come first, so once you have taken care of your loved ones, please consider leaving a gift that will make a real and lasting difference.
Surely only the rich leave money to charities in their Wills?
It is a myth that only the rich leave legacies to charity. In fact the majority of legacies are from ordinary people like you and me. Each and every gift, regardless of size counts and will help make a difference to future survival rates for pancreatic cancer.
For more information on how to leave a gift in your Will download our simple guide:
Paladin Law Solicitors
Paladin Law are a solicitor firm based in Tavistock, Devon. They are a small but dynamic team who offer an approachable and professional service in the specialist areas of Community Care Law, Mental Capacity, Human Rights and Mental Health.
They offer a comprehensive Will service and for those who wish to leave a gift to Pancreatic Cancer Action in their Will, they will draft their Will at half the usual price or reduced rate.
Visit www.paladinlaw.co.uk for further information and support.