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Leaving money to charity in your Will can be a very satisfying thing to do, perhaps because they’ve helped you or your loved ones in the past and you want to thank them for their hard work by leaving them a gift.

There are two ways you can decide to leave money.  You can  leave either a residuary gift which is a % share of your final estate (once your family have been provided for), or you can specify the amount of money you wish to leave (A pecuniary gift).  

All gifts to charity in your Will are exempt from Inheritance Tax.  These gifts are taken out of your estate before any inheritance tax is worked out, so there may be times when a gift to charity could substantially reduce the tax on your estate.

We work in partnership with several different charities and you could help us to help them by leaving a gift in your Will.

The Little Book of Me

In a digital world full of account numbers and user names, it may be hard to imagine someone trying to locate all of that information when the time comes. We have created a ‘Little Book of Me’ document as a way for you to capture all of your important personal and financial details in one place.

We are currently offering this for FREE and will store it alongside your Will or LPA for safe keeping.

FREE 'Little Book of Me' with every Will

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Cancer Charity

Leaving a gift in your will to the Cancer Charity will have huge benefits not only for patients being treated now, but also for those who will be treated in the future.

It is a simple process to leave a legacy to Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity, either by making a Will if you do not have one, or by amending your existing Will.



Heart Surgery Fund

Leaving a gift in your Will to Children’s Heart Surgery Fund is a chance for you to keep making a difference to children affected by Congenital Heart Disease in our region for generations to come.

Thanks to your gift, Children’s Heart Surgery Fund will be able to support Leeds Congenital Heart Centre to become a recognised world class service by revolutionising patient facilities, which will enhance the whole patient experience.

It is a simple process to leave a legacy to Charity, either by making a Will if you do not have one, or by amending your existing Will.

The service I received couldn't have been better!

Mrs C, Chesterfield

Did You Know?


Did you know over 50% of some charities income comes from the legacies people leave in their Will?


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