Make a Will

No one knows what the future holds, and life-changing moments can happen when you least expect them. Making a Will and letting your family and friends know your wishes is vital, and it can be a lot more affordable and straightforward than you may think.

A number of local solicitors have kindly agreed to take part in Will Month this March 2022 and will be waiving their fees in return for a donation to St Ann’s Hospice. 

Making a Will means you can make sure that all the people you care about are provided for and your wishes will be fulfilled. You gain peace of mind and knowledge that your wishes will be carried out, and you’re also supporting your local hospice to provide much-needed specialist care to people in our community. 

Once we decided to go ahead making our Will it was a perfect opportunity for us to help St Ann’s by taking part in their Will Month. We were given a list of solicitors to choose from and the whole process was easy. We would highly recommend taking part. Ruth, Complementary Therapist working at St Ann’s Hospice

Follow these simple steps to take part; 

1. Register your interest 

Register your interest using the form below and we’ll send you an email with all the information you need, including a full list of participating solicitors.   

2. Make an appointment and turn your wishes into a Will

Choose a solicitor and make an appointment, stating you would like to take part in St Ann’s Hospice Will Month this March. At your appointment you will discuss your situation and preferences with the solicitor, who will then draft your Will accordingly.

3. Make your donation

After your appointment, donate the equivalent fee for making your Will to St Ann’s Hospice by cheque, online or over the phone. Your solicitor will be able to take your donation at your appointment if you wish.

If you have used one of our online Will Writing services or made an appointment over the phone with one of our solicitors, you can made a donation by clicking here and stating in the comments that you have taken part in Will Month and what solicitor you used to make your Will.   

Leaving a gift to St Ann’s in your Will

Did you know that nearly a third of our donated income comes from people kindly leaving a gift in their Will? There’s no obligation, but if you choose to do so, just 1% of your estate would make a huge difference to St Ann’s.

Want to know more?

If you would like more information about taking part in our Will Month please contact the fundraising team on 0161 498 3631 or email legacies@sah.org.uk.

Share your story

If you have left a gift in your Will to St Ann’s Hospice or have any feedback about taking part in Will Month please do let us know.