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Here are some commonly asked questions about leaving a gift in you Will.
A legacy is a gift of money, property or a valued possession that you leave to family, friends and the causes you hold dear.
You can change your will whenever you like, but might find that you want to do it after major changes in your life, such as: marriage, bereavement, divorce or the birth of children or grandchildren.
If you wish to make major revisions to your will, you may have to ask your solicitor to do this but you can make the process easier by using our Codicil Form and adding this to your existing Will.
If you are writing a new will, you need only give your solicitor our charity details including our exact name, address and registered charity number. If you want to add a charitable gift to an existing will, simply complete our Codicil Form and present it to your solicitor.
Or, alternatively you can make a Will online for free by visiting Make A Will Online. Find out more here.
We are more than happy for you to leave a legacy to fund an area of our work. You could leave a lasting legacy to; research, public awareness, medical education and patient information. Please contact email@example.com to discuss any requirement you might have.
There is no tax payable on a gift left to charity in your will. It could also reduce the total amount of your estate that may be liable for inheritance tax.