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JUN
Saturday 1st June 2024 - Sunday 30th June 2024
12:00 am - 11:59 pm

Make a Will to care for your loved ones, and St Clare

Your Will is the only way you can be sure your wishes will be carried out, and your loved ones protected after you die. 

Protect your loved ones by taking part in our Make a Will campaign this June, where local solicitors will waive their usual fees (often starting at around £220 for a basic Will!) in exchange for a donation to St Clare Hospice.

How to take part in Make a Will

From 1st to 30th June 2024, you can make or amend your Will – all that your chosen solicitor will ask is that you kindly make the suggested minimum donation to St Clare Hospice:

1. Choose your solicitor: Contact one of our participating solicitors, listed below, to book your appointment.

*NOTE: We’ll be releasing details of the solicitors taking part in Make a Will 2024 soon. Please check back to book your appointments.*

2. Call them directly: Quoting ‘St Clare Make a Will’ and book your appointment for June 2024.

3. Make a donation to St Clare Hospice: Before your appointment with your chosen solicitor, make your donation to St Clare Hospice – in lieu of the Will writer’s usual fee.

  • £150, for a Single Will, could help cover the cost of an entire day of physiotherapy focused on helping someone achieve their personal goals – whether that be to walk around their garden or go on a special trip with their family.
  • £200, for a Double Will, could cover the cost of St Clare providing a special service, wedding vow renewal or wedding service for a patient and their family and friends. Our chaplain can support families to arrange and host celebrations and events at the Hospice, or in the community, to mark milestone occasions in a way which families will treasure forever.
  • £85, for an amended Will, could help towards covering the cost of running the whole Hospice at Home team for an hour. A typical visit could include two nursing assistants gently and professionally washing and shaving someone in the last weeks of life, to give them back some personal dignity.

Please note: You may incur further charges if your Will is complex.

4. Have your appointment: Once you’ve had your appointment, you’ll feel relief knowing you’ve organised your affairs or made amends you’ve been meaning to make for some time. All while supporting your local hospice.


Get in touch with us

If you’d like to speak to a member of the team directly about Make a Will, you can get in touch with Katy Woodgate, Corporate Relationships Fundraiser, by calling 01279 773750 or emailing katy.woodgate@stclarehospice.org.uk

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