Leave a Legacy gift in your Will

By leaving a legacy gift in your Will, you can turn wishes into reality for children and young people suffering life-threatening or terminal illness.

Your legacy will last for years to come when you leave a gift in your will.  Because our handcrafted wishes create lasting memories for the entire family to cherish.

After you have taken care of your family, will you spare a specific item or donation to help support our wishes?

No matter how big or small the gift you leave, it will make a HUGE difference to our wish children, especially for those who will lose their battle with life.

Each wish meets the physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs of the child and wider family circumstances. Children who go through this traumatic journey and suffering, often have lengthy hospital/hospice stays, painful treatments, long periods of absence from education and friendships, leaving them feeling socially isolated and ‘left behind’ and very ill.

What types of gift can you leave in a Will?

There are different types of Gifts in Wills, the most common ones are as follows:

  • Residuary gift the distribution of a property or sometimes all of it, once all other gifts, debts and expenses have been paid. 
  • Pecuniary gift a specific sum of money.
  • Reversionary gift you can leave your property, or part of it, to a trust for an individual such as a spouse to either live in it or receive the income generated by the investment during their lifetime. Once the individual no longer requires the property (or trust), then the assets are given to a second beneficiary, such as Round Table Children’s Wish.
  • Specific gift a particular item such as jewellery, vehicle, property, an investment.

Find a local Solicitor:

We recommend for you to use a solicitor or legal profession when writing or amending your will. If you need advice, or to find out more please email at [email protected] or call on 01202 514515.

Funeral Services:

If you are organising a funeral collection or donation in memory rather than having flowers, please email at [email protected] or call on 01202 514515.