Saint Mary's Hospital Charity

Legacy Giving

Our hospitals, including Saint Mary’s Hospital, are at the forefront of innovative research and treatment.

From laboratory projects and clinical trials to the development of the latest technologies for diagnostics and treatment, our family of hospitals are leading the way in discovering the treatments of tomorrow.

The care and treatments available to our patients are always evolving. We don’t know what healthcare will look like in the future, but we do know we will do everything to make sure Saint Mary’s Hospital will still be providing the very best treatment and care for our patients.

Gifts in Wills let us plan for the future – that’s why they are so important to us.

Knowing that supporters have remembered us in their Will means we can be confident we will be able to support our hospitals in the future.  They mean we can make plans and be more ambitious.

Gifts in Wills are helping us to discover and develop the latest technology and treatments right now. Every Gift in Will makes a difference, allowing us to help more staff, more patients and more families.

Wills are important.

Everyone should have a Will because, should you die without having made one, your property, money and possessions will be divided according to the law rather than your wishes. However, a Will is about so much more than simply dividing your assets. It is an opportunity to reflect on causes that have been important to you during your life, share them with others and to continue supporting them after you are gone.

If you do have a Will, it’s important to keep it up to date. If your family circumstances or your wishes change then it is important to update your Will to reflect this. You don’t need to write a new Will to do this; you can add a codicil to your existing one.

For more information on your options, please order a copy of our Legacy Guide or visit our FAQ’s. To talk to us about leaving a gift in your Will in more detail, please call Siobhan McKeever on 0161 701 6241 or email siobhan.mckeever@mft.nhs.uk.

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