One of the most powerful ways you can help us make a difference is by leaving a gift in your will. By doing so you can help us get one step closer to curing sarcoma.
Why your legacy matters to Sarcoma UK:
When you leave a gift in your will to Sarcoma UK you help us plan for the future and achieve our vision: where everyone affected by sarcoma cancer has the treatment, care and support they need. Read more about the power of a legacy in our free gifts in wills brochure
We have partnered with Bequeathed to help Make your Will For Good.
You can write or update your will using Bequeathed’s free will service. With Bequeathed, you can get started straight away. Just go online and follow the simple steps to create a draft will. Their service is available in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
A member of staff from one of their partner legal firms will then advise you in a free 30-minute appointment, in person or over the phone. Once your will is complete the firm will help you with getting it signed and witnessed.
If you decided to leave a legacy to our charity and have already added Sarcoma UK to your will, please let us know! We would love to thank you personally and can send you updates about our charity’s important work
By leaving a legacy gift to us, you will be helping to cure sarcoma.
To speak to someone in confidence about leaving a gift in your will, please get in touch. You can write to us: Legacies, Sarcoma UK, 17/18 Angel Gate, City Road, London, EC1V 2PT, call us on: 0207 856 0445 or email Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org or Emma at email@example.com
Our office hours are Monday – Friday 9 am to 5 pm.
“As a family, we witnessed a lack of available treatment options for Dave. However, he directly benefited from the few options that were available. They were life enhancing and meaningful and were made possible through the generosity of previous donors. This is why I have left a legacy in my will… so that it will benefit future patients.”
from Anjula, Sarcoma UK Chair of Trustees, on why she left a gift in her will