Leave a gift in your will
Currently 24 people a day die from pancreatic cancer in the UK. This is due to the majority of patients are diagnosed too late for potentially curative surgery. It doesn’t have to be this way. Leaving 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.
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. Having a Will isn’t a legal requirement, but it’s the only way to ensure that your estate is passed on to the people and charities that you want it to go to.
Without a Will, it’s the legal system that will decide who receives what from your estate. 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.
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. To find out how you donations help, click here.
We have lots of advice on how to write your Will, please see the links below.
|Download our PDF guide to find out more about a leaving a gift in your Will.
We have some top tips for writing your will here –> Writing your Will
Remember a Charity in your Will Week
As members of Remember a Charity we are excited to be working with the team this year for Remember a Charity In Your Will Week 2018.
Find out more about the campaign.
We would love to hear from you
If you are considering leaving Pancreatic Cancer Action a gift in your Will or you have already done so, we would love to hear from you so that we can thank you personally.
Please download and complete our Legacy Pledge Form and send it to: Lucy de’Lemos, Pancreatic Cancer Action, Unit 9, Oakhanger Farm Business Park, Oakhanger, GU35 9JA