Gifts in Wills
Remembering Nightingale Hammerson in your will means you can help other people who need care in the future too. An important part of our charitable income comes from legacies. Many people find it difficult to think about what will happen when they die. Others are unable to give significant sums to our Charity during their lifetime but may be in a position to remember us in their will.
One of the most important things that one can do is to ensure that your will is up to date. This need not be either a complicated or an expensive process. The reality is that making a will is simple and easy to arrange. If you do not have a solicitor and would like a list of solicitors who may be able to help, do please let me know.
Gifts to charities are also Inheritance Tax free. Therefore leaving a gift to Nightingale Hammerson could consequently reduce the tax payable on your estate.
Please don’t delay, make your will today!
How can I leave a gift in my will?
To include a legacy to Nightingale Hammerson in your will or as a codicil to an existing will please show this form of wording to your solicitor:
I (name) of (address) give and bequeath the sum of £ _____ (free of duties) to Nightingale Hammerson of 105 Nightingale Lane London SW12 8NB (registered charity 207316) and I declare that the receipt of the Treasurer or other proper officer for the time being of Nightingale Hammerson shall be sufficient discharge for the legacy. I wish the said sum to be used for the general purposes of the charity.
I (name) of (address) give to Nightingale Hammerson of 105 Nightingale Lane London SW12 8NB (registered charity 207316) all (or specify sum) of the resident of my estate for the general purposes of Nightingale Hammerson and I declare that the receipt of the Treasurer for the time being or other proper officer of Nightingale Hammerson shall be a good discharge for the same.
If you would like further information and/or would like to speak with somebody about your will, please contact our Fundraising team on 020 8772 2333.