Fill your Will with Hope
Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under 40, yet survival rates have improved little compared to other cancers. A gift in your Will could fill more labs with research that could give hope to thousands of people in years to come.
How a gift in your Will could help The Brain Tumour Charity
“I picture hospitals full of kinder treatments that work. Labs full of ground-breaking research into brain tumours. I see survivors, lots of survivors. Children recovering to live long happy lives. Families celebrating Christmases and birthdays they never thought they’d have. Couples growing old together. I see a future full of hope for everyone facing a brain tumour.”
Sarah, who lost her son Silas.
How to leave a gift in your Will
If you are thinking about how to leave a gift in your Will to The Brain Tumour Charity, thank you so much. All you need to do is provide the below details to your solicitor.
- Full name:The Brain Tumour Charity
- Registered address: Fleet 27, Rye Close, Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 2UH
- Registered charity number: 1150054 (England and Wales); SC045081 (Scotland)
- Include the amount, percentage or gift you would like to leave us.
How can I write my Will?
If you already have a Will or a solicitor in mind, just get in touch with them and speak to them about the above details.
If you’re looking to write or update your Will, did you know you can do so for free with The Brain Tumour Charity’s free Wills services?
Download our guide
If you need help writing your Will, you can create one for free using our Free Will Services or for more information on leaving a Gift in Will, download our free guide below.
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“Vicky and I talked about setting up our Wills, but we delayed it because we were in our early 30s and didn’t consider it a priority. Losing Vicky has taught me that you never know what’s around the corner. I wrote my Will using the National Free Wills Network, and now I know that my little girl will always be looked after, and that my gift in Will to The Brain Tumour Charity could help fill the future with hope.”
Scott, who lost his pregnant wife to a brain tumour.