After you have taken care of family and friends, you may be considering leaving a gift in your Will to a charity close to your heart. It doesn’t matter if the gift is small or large; leaving a legacy to the Bone Cancer Research Trust is an incredible way to make a lasting impact on the lives of future generations. A gift in your Will helps us to plan how we can continue our life-saving work helping people affected by primary bone cancer.
Making a gift
Including a gift to the Bone Cancer Research Trust in your Will is something your solicitor can arrange very simply for you once you have decided what type of gift you would like to leave. It can be anything from a specific amount of money to a particular item or indeed any percentage of your estate. Every gift makes a huge difference to our work.
If you would like to include a gift to the Bone Cancer Research Trust you will need to provide your solicitor with our name, address and charity number given below:
Bone Cancer Research Trust
10 Feast Field
Registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) Number: 1159590
We would always recommend using a solicitor to make a Will to ensure that your wishes are carried out as you intend them to be.
If you do not have a solicitor, ask friends and family for recommendations or you can find a firm registered with the law society.
You should also review your Will regularly to ensure it continues to reflect your wishes and takes account of your changing circumstances.
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