Make a Will Week
6-12 November 2023
Making your will is one of the kindest things you can do for the people you love.
If you haven’t yet created your will, or if you have but recognise it’s in need of updating – perhaps because you’ve got married or divorced, or you’ve had children or become a grandparent – our Make a Will Week is the ideal opportunity to do so while also showing your compassion for people in your community whose time is running short.
The big-hearted local companies taking part in Make a Will Week waive their fee for creating, or revising, your will in return for a donation to St Luke’s. This support helps ensure people with terminal illness live well to the end of their lives, making the most of every precious moment with those they hold dear.
Making your appointment
To book your appointment, contact a participating company below and quote ‘St Luke’s Make a Will Week’.
The importance of having a will
Having a will helps bring you peace of mind, knowing that when you die your wishes will be carried out. It is also an act of kindness for the loved ones you will leave behind because having a record of your wishes will make an already distressing time for them that little bit easier. A will also avoids everything you own being shared out in a standard way defined by law, which might not be what you want.
Making a will is especially important if you have children or other family who depend on you financially, or if you want to leave something to people outside your immediate family.
Your support for St Luke’s
The donations we receive during Make a Will Week are so appreciated – they go towards not just the specialist medical care we give but vital emotional support we provide, too.
Should you very kindly choose to leave a legacy to St Luke’s in your will, you’ll help us plan for the future so we can be here for the families who need us in the years to come.