Leave a gift in your Will

We are extremely grateful when people decide to support the NHS in Bristol by including a gift in their Will to us.

Your gift could play a vital role in helping your local NHS plan for the future and will help transform lives for generations to come.

How your gift will help

Leaving a gift in your Will can make a great difference in many ways, from providing state-of-the-art medical equipment to funding research into life-threatening diseases.

Whether you wish to help support our staff, or an area more personal to you, your gift will ensure our patients of the future will receive the very best treatment and care.

“I am passionate about improving the life of our brain tumour patients. Brain cancer is completely underfunded compared with other cancer types. We know from other cancers that more research funding can really make a difference.” Dr Kathreena Kurian, Consultant Neuropathologist

“I want to give something back”

“Eight years ago I was treated for prostate cancer at Southmead Hospital and the surgeons there saved my life. Without them I wouldn’t be here today so I want to give something back to our precious NHS.

The whole process of leaving a gift in my Will was very simple.  I owe my life to the NHS and I’m proud that my legacy could save other lives in the future.” Bill Long

How to leave a gift in your Will

Call our Legacy Manager, Cate, who would love to hear from you and answer all your questions.

All the information you need to discuss leaving a gift in your Will with your solicitor is available in our free information pack. You can download a copy of it here.

Register to make or update your Will for free

Thanks to our membership with the National Free Wills Network (NFWN) and our solicitor partners we can offer you the chance to have your Will written by a solicitor in your local area, at no cost to you.

Register your interest here and we will contact you with information to refer you to the NFWN.

 

Get in touch

Are you interested in leaving a gift in your Will and would like to know more? Do you have any questions we can help with?

Contact Cate who will be happy to help.

Phone: 07514 941 393

Email: Cate.everitt@nbt.nhs.uk