Leave a gift in a Will
Help transform care for generations to come
We all need some help from the medical professional at some point in our lives. Whether it’s for a serious medical condition, a minor accident or the birth of our children. At these times we’d give anything for the very best medical care available.
The fact is, a gift left to Addenbrooke’s in a Will makes a huge difference to improving patient care – allowing us to offer the best treatment, delivered by the best staff, in the most modern facilities and with the most up-to-date equipment. We believe it's nothing less than every patient deserves. Download our brochure to find out more about what a gift in a Will can achieve or watch our short film below.
Help to deliver the very best care for generations to come.
You don’t need to leave a fortune, or decide between Addenbrooke’s and your family, but anything you do leave will help to keep delivering the very best care to everyone who needs it – for generations to come.
It’s easier to leave a gift than you might think.
A gift can be made simply by adding a Codicil to an existing Will or alternatively you can make a new Will.
If you think you could help by leaving a gift in your Will to Addenbrooke’s please see the links on the left to find out more.
One supporter's story - “Thank you and keep on going!”
“I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2001 and was treated at the Cambridge Breast Unit. At a time when you need every morsel of help you can get, the nursing and medical staff were fantastic, and did their utmost to help me.
I cannot find fault with the treatment I received and the experience was as good as it could have been. I would recommend the Breast Unit to anyone who needed treatment.
I’ve been fortunate not to have a reoccurrence but knowing that Addenbrooke’s is right here on my doorstep offers a level of reassurance, should I ever need them again.
I am just really, really grateful. The Breast Unit will be treating patients for generations to come and if my gift can make that even a little easier, then it is worth it. Leaving a gift in my will is my way of saying thank you and keep on going.”
NC, 69, Cambridge, ACT legacy pledger
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