Leave a gift in your will
Let your legacy provide support for future generations
Gifts in wills from our supporters go a long way in helping us to ensure no-one feels alone when facing the effects of a brain tumour diagnosis.
We recognise that writing a will is a sensitive matter but by letting us know that you’re thinking of leaving us a gift, we have the opportunity to thank you. Your donation also helps us plan for the future.
Provide for those you care about
A will is very important if you want to make sure that the people and causes you care about are provided for in the way you wish. If you don’t have a will, or if your will is invalid, the state administers your affairs. So having a professionally written and up-to-date will is advisable to ensure that your estate is looked after in line with your wishes.
Reduce your inheritance tax
From April 2012, Inheritance Tax legislation was amended so that if you are leaving 10% or more of your taxable estate to charity you may qualify for a reduced rate of Inheritance Tax. If you think your estate might be subject to Inheritance Tax please discuss this with your solicitor.
For information on Inheritance Tax visit the HMRC website: www.hmrc.gov.uk/inheritancetax
Professional help and guidance
A number of organisations and companies offer their expertise in legacies and will writing to assist anyone considering leaving a gift to Brain Tumour Support. With their help the process does not need to be complicated or expensive, and you will benefit from their independent help and advice.
Share our vision
Help us ensure that no-one feels alone when facing the effects of a brain tumour diagnosis. With your gift you will know that, as well as providing for the future of your family and friends, you are giving hope and making a positive difference to the future of many others.
A small gift goes a long way
A gift to charity in your will does not necessarily have to be a large amount of money. A small gift can also make a very real difference.
How your support helps:
pays for a series of specialist one-to-one counselling sessions
funds 10 virtual Support Sessions connecting people across the UK