Having an up-to-date Will is the only way to ensure your wishes for the future are met, giving you that peace of mind that your loved ones are looked after and that the causes you care about continue to make a difference to people’s lives. If writing a Will is on your to-do list, help is at hand.
This May, local Solicitors and professional Will-writers are kindly pledging their time to Willen Hospice by offering a set number of appointments to people who want to write or update their Wills. In return, all they ask is that you make a minimum suggested donation which provides a considerable saving on their usual professional Will Writing services. Please see our Terms and Conditions below.
Here is a list of our participating solicitors or Will-writers. To book an appointment, please contact them directly.
If you have any questions about the services of Willen Hospice and about how your legacy will make a difference, or any feedback, please call Legacy Fundraiser, Fiz Johnson (pictured far right) on 01908 303068 (Monday to Friday between 9am to 5 pm), or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions about the services of Willen Hospice and about how your legacy will make a difference including any feedback, please call Legacies on 01908 303068 (Monday to Friday between 9am to 5 pm) or email email@example.com
Witing your Will Online
There’s no need to wait for Will Month; you can go online at any time throughout the year and write a Will through our trusted partners, Kwil. They will guide you through the process, quickly and easily.
You don't have to wait for our next Will Month if you would like to complete an online Will. Write your Will now in the comfort of your own home with our trusted partner, Kwil.
Your legacy will be the kindness you leave behind. Your gift, no matter how large or small, will help us be there for all the people who need our services at the most challenging time of their lives.
£12,500 could pay for 12 syringe drivers. To anyone facing their last days, pain relief is the biggest and most compassionate gift we can give them. This vital medical pump delivers pain relief medication at a constant rate to ease pain.
£25,000 could pay for 1,000 sets of much-needed equipment to protect our doctors and nurses as they deliver care to those with Coronavirus.
A gift of £5,000 could pay for 100 medical thermometers to help our clinical staff monitor our patients and keep their families safe.
A gift of £10,000 could pay for 300 TENS machines, which are a safe form of electrical pulse relief, administered by the patient as and when they feel they need it.