Leave a gift in your will

Say thank you with a gift in your will to support patients, staff and families at your local hospitals

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Leave a lasting legacy


We all need to plan for the future to ensure our friends and family are well provided for after our lifetime, yet many people either do not have a will, or have one that is out of date. By keeping an up-to-date will, you can have peace of mind knowing that your loved ones will be taken care of even after you’re no longer here.

Once your loved ones are taken care of, you may wish to leave a gift to a charitable cause that is close to your heart. Legacies from supporters make up a very important income stream for many charities. If you decide to leave a charitable gift when writing a will, the donation can be as small or large as you like, your contribution will always make a difference and be greatly appreciated.

By including King George and Queen’s Hospitals Charity in your will, you are ensuring that we can provide the best possible medical care for your loved ones and make a long-lasting difference to your local hospitals.

Download our leaving  legacy leaflet


Thinking of your loved ones


Many individuals pass away without creating a will, leaving their grieving family members to make decisions on their behalf. It's advisable to create a will while you are in good health and have ample time to consider it carefully. This proactive step can help alleviate the pressure on your family from making difficult decisions during an already challenging time.

The gift from Mary Maud White

A gift left from the estate of Mary Maud White changed the course of surgery for the future in our hospitals. After treating family, friends and people that had supported her during her life, Mary left our charity over 1 million pounds to help support patients with cancer. This was a cause close to her heart because she had volunteered in this area for many years. Her gift enabled us to bring robotic surgery to the community of Barking, Havering and Redbridge.


Your legacy could change the future of healthcare

We would welcome the chance to talk to you about how a gift in your Will could help across our hospitals.

If you would like to find out more, please contact us, or ask your solicitor to contact us.

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