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Leave a gift in your Will

Our lives are all made up of unique stories; those we cherish, are inspired by and most importantly our own. The end of one story has the incredible power to give hope and comfort to another.

St Helena Hospice believes everyone living with an incurable illness has the right to live and die with choice, compassion and dignity. Families deserve to be cared for and anyone coping with loss and bereavement should be supported through their grief. 

Our vision is to create a community where everyone knows, as the end of their story draws near, that they will be cared for and die where they choose to be; where loved ones have the opportunity to make the most of life together, surrounded by a community that cares and supports one another.

Every gift pledged in a Will, whether it is a small percentage or modest sum of money, will help St Helena Hospice to be here for future generations that follow in our footsteps. When the time is right for you to remember a charity in your Will, please remember St Helena Hospice. 

Did you know gifts in Wills currently provide the funds for us to care for 1 in every 5 people we support?

How to leave a gift to us in your Will

If you’d like guidance about making a Will or leaving us a gift, we can help to point you in the right direction.

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Wills Month

Local solicitors are waiving their usual fees to make or amend your Will this September, instead asking for a suggested donation to St Helena Hospice.

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background-image Reverend Susan Wiggins, pictured, with her late husband. overlay

"The greatest thing we can ever do is help another person. It doesn’t matter that you don’t know them, but that you are going to give them a gift. A gift in this case of a dignified death. A gift that will help their family come to terms with the loss of a loved one. You can’t give someone a greater gift."

- Reverend Susan Wiggins, pictured, with her late husband.

 
 
 
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