A gift in your Will
Gifts in Wills are an increasingly popular way of supporting our work, because people who are passionate about our cause have the chance to give exceptional gifts that can transform the future for people affected by pancreatic cancer.
Imagine if everyone who wanted to demand change for pancreatic cancer patients gave us a gift in their Will? Leaving a gift in your Will can have a large impact on the future and lead to breakthroughs in research that could improve early diagnoses and treatment options.
What difference can your gift make?
In the last decade we have started to see some small but significant signs of progress for pancreatic cancer, but there is so much more to be done.
A gift in your Will could help us:
- Fund the very best research so that one day this terrible cancer can be defeated
- Be there for more patients and their families, providing information and support via our publications and specialiast nurse-led Support Line
- Campaign to ensure that everyone receives the best care and treatment on the NHS, wherever they live, and whenever they need it.
And remember, every Legacy gift is hugely important to us. Whatever the size – large or small – your gift will make a lasting difference to the lives of people with pancreatic cancer. For more information about leaving a gift in your Will, please email us.
Adding a gift in your Will to Pancreatic Cancer UK
There are a number of different types of legacies to choose from, but the two most common are known as Residuary Gifts and Pecuniary Gifts.
It’s important that you choose the type of legacy that works best for you and your circumstances.
We recommend that you speak to a solicitor who will advise you and help with the wording of your gift. Here is an example of wording you could use.
‘I Leave _____ to Pancreatic Cancer UK of 6th Floor Westminster Tower, 3 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7SP. A registered charity in England and Wales (No. 1112708) and in Scotland (SC046392).
Remember a Charity
We are also part of Remember a Charity, an organisation that aims to encourage people to leave Gifts in Wills to charities.