Leaving a gift to Pilgrims Hospices in your Will is simple...

If you're considering leaving a gift in your Will to Pilgrims Hospices, we would like to take this opportunity to give you our most sincere thanks for your generosity.

It is important to get your affairs in order because not having a Will can create many problems for those left behind, at an already difficult time.

Our promises about gifts in Wills

  1. We promise not to intrude on your privacy about this way of giving
  2. We will never ask you the size or type of legacy you might leave us
  3. We recognise that those closest to you, such as family and friends, come first in your Will
  4. We understand that personal circumstances change and there might be a time when you need to take Pilgrims Hospices out of your Will
  5. We promise to use your gift wisely for the benefit of future generations

Leaving a gift in your Will

We recommend you consult a solicitor when preparing your Will, they will be able to guide you as to your preferences and advise you on other things such as inheritance tax.

If you choose to leave Pilgrims in your Will, please ensure you include the below information:

Charity Name: Pilgrims Hospices in East Kent

Registered Address: 56 London Road, Canterbury, CT2 8JA

Registered Charity Number: 293968

Each year we run Make a Will Month, where local solicitor firms in east Kent kindly donate their time and expertise to write or update Wills, in return for a donation to the hospice. For more information and a list of participating solicitors click here, or contact our Gifts in Wills Team on 01227 782066 or email giftsinwills@pilgrimshospices.org.

You can also find a regulated solicitor firm near you via The Law Society.

Find out more about how your contribution will help, and read about our vision, how we are funded and the high standards we work to.

Your kindness will mean we can be there for the next family that needs us, not just today but always. Together, we make a difference.

The contents of this webpage are not intended to constitute as legal advice. If you are considering leaving a gift in your Will to Pilgrims Hospices, we suggest you seek your own professional advice.