What's Your Legacy?
Why make a Will?
You spend your life working to provide for yourself and loved ones. As life changes around you, it is a good time to consider making your Will. Making your Will means you can be certain that your wishes are followed after your death. You can also choose to remember and protect your friends, family and causes you care about the most. Making a Will is for everybody over the age of eighteen. Whether you have a house, car, savings, precious jewellery or furniture, you can choose what to do with these in your Will. It is simple and quick to do and the perfect way to pass on your Legacy.
Let us help...
We can help you to get your affairs in order whilst you are supporting St Barnabas Hospice.
Simply click the button below and download your free Will writing guide. We also work with a selection of solicitors who can help with any questions you may have.
As a Hospice, we rely on Legacy donations of all sizes to help to ensure we can continue to provide care for our local community both now and in the future.
What can I leave in my Will?
Your gift is as unique as you, and your Solicitor will be there to guide you through your decisions.
In the past, we have received specific items such as equipment, jewellery, clothing and house contents all the way through to residue of estates, full estates and cash gifts. With one in three people being affected by Hospice care at some point in their lives, you can support, at no cost during your lifetime, people across Lincolnshire living with a life-limiting or terminal illness.
Your gift can be as much or little as you like and please remember it is your Will, your way.