Leave a gift to PSC Support in your will
A lasting legacy
Leaving a gift to PSC Support in your Will can make a difference to those affected by PSC in the future as we continue to work towards our vision of a world without PSC.
Your generosity will leave a lasting legacy that will help PSC Support continue our work to provide information, emotional and practical support and to fund high quality research that may one day lead to a cure or effective treatment for PSC. Your gift may one day ensure that families no longer have to face the suffering, trauma and devastation of living with this rare, incurable disease.
Making a Will
Making a will ensures that your wishes are carried out after you have gone; a will ensures that your family know exactly what you want.
After planning for your family and loved ones, you may choose to make a gift to a charity that is important to you, allowing the charity to continue its valuable work. We hope that PSC Support has made a difference to your life and you will want to acknowledge that.
In order to arrange this, you should speak to a solicitor. Solicitors can be found by personal recommendation from a trusted friend or through the following organisations:
You must state clearly in your will that you would like to leave a gift to PSC Support, including the Registered Charity No. 1175427. This could be a specific amount or a percentage of your estate.
If you already have a will it is not necessary to make a new one. A codicil can be added. A codicil is a way to make simple additions or amendments to an existing will.
You must state clearly in the codicil that you would like to leave a gift to PSC Support, including the Registered Charity No.1175427. This could be a specific amount or a percentage of your estate.
The codicil should be made through your solicitor and kept with your existing will.
Legacy giving is a private matter and you do not need to tell us about your intentions. However, if you would like to speak to someone in confidence about this matter please do not hesitate to contact us.
We are not authorised to give legal or financial advice. We would like to ensure that you have all the information you need to make decisions which are appropriate for you.
Further information about making a will can be found at www.gov.uk/make-will.