What happens to our money and the things that are most precious to us when we’re gone should not be left to chance. That’s why writing a Will is so important.
Of course, making sure our loved ones are provided for will be at the top of our list, but if St Luke’s is one of the causes close to your heart, and if you’re able, please remember us in your Will too.
We rely on the kindness and generosity of our supporters to enable us to offer all of the care and comfort patients and their families need following the diagnosis of a life limiting illness.
There are three main ways you can remember St Luke’s in your Will:
- The ‘Family and Friends First’ Legacy
At St Luke’s, we understand that caring for your family is a priority. After making provision for your family and friends, you can leave whatever is left in your estate – the residue – to St Luke’s alone or with other charities.
- Cash Legacy
Cash donations are always very welcome. To avoid cash donations decreasing in value over time, you can either index link your gift or review it periodically to retain its original value.
- Legacy in Kind
Leaving us property, shares, home contents, jewellery, furniture or any item your family does not need is especially welcome. Our Hospice shops will ensure your gift benefits St Luke’s in some way.