After you have taken care of your loved ones, leaving a gift in your will to THET will make a lasting difference to future generations of health workers.
Some people leave a specific amount or item, but many people choose a share of their estate, as this type of gift won’t lose its value over time.
If you already have a will and would like to leave a gift in your will to THET, we recommend that you contact your solicitor.
If you haven’t written a will yet or if you don’t have a solicitor, we recommend that you visit the Law Society website, for names and contact details of practises local to you. You may prefer to choose one through the personal recommendation of friends or family.
Using a qualified solicitor makes leaving a gift to THET in your will very straight forward and is relatively inexpensive. Costs can vary though, so it may be worth asking two or three firms for a quotation.
You can read our legacy story from the family of Dr. Sylvia Watkins, a life-long supporter of health worker training and dear friend to THET.
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