Gift in Wills
Each year our income from gifts in wills significantly supports our work and helps us make a difference to patients in our care.
Making a gift in your will, be that a percentage of your estate, a lump sum, shares or a valuable item, is a generous way of helping make a difference to patient care.
After providing for loved ones, we would like to ask you to consider leaving the Health Charity a gift in your Will, so that together we create a lasting legacy.
How to leave a gift in your will
Once you decide to make a Will, we recommend you use a solicitor. Professional advice is less expensive than you might think and having a valid and accurate Will can give real peace of mind.
Choose the type of gift you want to leave
There are a four main ways to leave a gift for us in your Will.
- A residual gift is the remainder or a percentage of your estate after all other gifts and expenses have been deducted. This ensures that your loved ones are remembered first.
- A pecuniary gift is a gift of a specific amount of money. Ask your solicitor to index link this gift to ensure that inflation will not reduce its value over time.
- A specific request is a gift of a named item such as a painting.
- A contingent benefit is a gift that is dependent on other factors such as outliving all other beneficiaries.
Important information to remember
To ensure that the Health Charity is included in your Will, you must include the details listed below. Give these details to your solicitor when you are drafting or amending your Will.
Charity Name: Cardiff & Vale Health Charity
Address: Woodland House, Maes y Coed Road, Llanishen, Cardiff CF14 4HH
Registered Charity Number: 1056544
Your solicitor will be able to give you any specialist advice according to your own individual needs.