Every gift is an investment in the health of future generations, and a positive and remarkable way to mark your life.
We are deeply grateful to everyone who remembers the Mary How Trust in their Will.
When you give, you are offering someone the chance to spot the early signs of cancer and other serious illnesses.
You are offering someone a lifeline.
And you are giving someone the chance to talk openly about their health.
When we listen to the man concerned about his increasing waistline and his risk of diabetes, or guide the woman who is worried about skin cancer after many holidays sunbathing, or inspire the young parents whose children depend on them staying fit and well – lives are transformed.
Because of your support, families will have hope for tomorrow.
“It’s not just about cancer screening, but everything to do with living.”
Gifts in Wills to charities are free from inheritance tax, so after providing for your loved ones, a gift in your Will is a cost-effective way to make a lasting difference.
Will you consider pledging a gift in your Will and touching the lives of future generations?
We'd be delighted to invite you to visit the Mary How Trust and see the difference you could make.
Having a Will ensures that your wishes are carried out exactly as you intend after you die, and that your loved ones are left financially secure.
If you do not currently have a Will, we strongly recommend that you use a solicitor to help you draw up your Will correctly.
Once you have a Will it is important to keep it safe and to review it every few years, to keep it up to date. You can amend your Will easily with a Codicil, or you can make a new Will.
If you wish to include a gift to the Mary How Trust when you draw up your Will, it is very straightforward for your solicitor to do so.
Your solicitor will require the following details of the Mary How Trust:
If you already have a Will and wish to amend it to include a gift to the Mary How Trust, you can complete this simple Codicil form.
Thank you for showing your lasting support by pledging a gift in your Will.
"Many thanks for alerting me to the problem, and it now seems to be under control."