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Even a small gift in your Will can play a big part

Your Will is one of the most important documents you’ll ever put your name to. 

It looks out for your loved ones, reflects your values and can also play a part in beating brain tumours. A gift in your Will of just 1%, for example, could really accelerate our progress.

If you’re interested in this very special way of supporting us, please request our straightforward guide.

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Every gift gets us closer to a cure

We appreciate that when making your Will, your loved ones must come first, but we’d be very grateful if you would consider remembering us too. For example, if you were to leave 99% to family and friends and just 1% towards our work, you’ll be helping to bring forward the day when all brain tumours can be defeated.

If you do decide to include us in your Will, or have already done so, it would be wonderful if you could let us know by contacting Katie at mygift@thebraintumourcharity.org or calling 01252 749043. We will of course respect your privacy. However, we’d love to have the chance to thank you properly and to know you have such confidence in the progress we’re making.

It had never crossed my mind to leave a gift in my Will to a charity, but following the death of my mum to a brain tumour I started to look at the world differently. I felt inspired to include The Brain Tumour Charity. I like the idea that my money could save and improve so many lives.

Ellie, Neurosurgical Registrar and Clinical Lecturer, University of Plymouth

Why remember us?

See how your gift could build on past success and help to accelerate our progress.

Making your gift count

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Find out how to make your Will for free, or from home at a discounted rate.

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Share your intentions

If you have already remembered us in your Will, we won’t know in your lifetime unless you choose to tell us. Please give us the chance to say thank you.