What a gift in your Will can do
Each year, over a third of our work is funded by legacies - gifts left to us in the Wills of our supporters. If you do decide to leave a legacy gift to the Stroke Association, you can be certain that your gift will help to fund groundbreaking research into saving lives, preventing stroke and ensuring strong and successful recoveries. Your gift will enable us to develop new Life After Stroke services, as well as campaigning for the best available treatment and care for stroke survivors.
Do I really need to write a Will?
It’s essential to have an up-to-date Will to ensure that your estate benefits the people and causes you care most about. Be sure to seek professional advice when writing your Will, preferably from a solicitor. Spending a little time and money on sorting out your Will now could save your loved ones a lot of upset and inconvenience after your death. Alternatively, our new Free Will Scheme means that you only have to spend your time making a Will. Find out more.
How do I leave a gift to the Stroke Association in my Will?
Stroke Association has a free booklet, Leaving a gift in your Will, which shows how a gift in your Will can help us lead the fight against brain attacks. If you are considering including the Stroke Association in your Will, there are samples of suggested wording your solicitor or Will-writer might like to use, as well as frequently asked questions about legacy giving.
To request a copy of Leaving a gift in your Will, to let us know you have remembered the Stroke Association in your Will, or for more information contact us 020 7566 1505 or by email.
You can also write to us at the address below:
The Legacy Department
Stroke Association House
240 City Road