QAHH

Leave a Lasting Gift

As a REME Officer who saw service at home and overseas during the Second World War, I feel a debt of gratitude to those whose service left them disabled and now in need of significant help.’
Sir Denis Rooke

Making a Will is one of the most important decisions you can make. Providing for your loved ones is a key consideration but, having done so, would you consider supporting The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home by leaving a gift in your Will? 32% of donations to QAHH come from legacy giving, making it a vital source of funding for our work.

As QAHH is a relatively small charity, leaving a gift can make a significant difference. Michael Holliday had prostate cancer and lived at QAHH for three months for palliative care. His wishes were to leave a legacy to QAHH in gratitude for the care he received. Thanks to Michael’s generous legacy, we have been able to purchase 15 fully profiled beds needed to ensure that our disabled and elderly residents receive the highest care and comfort possible.

There are several ways of leaving a legacy, but incorporating a bequest into your Will need not be complicated. Please click here for our FAQs on making a legacy.

Click here for a legacy form for further guidance on leaving a gift to QAHH or alternatively, you can contact Clare Smith on 01903 218444 or email clare-smith@qahh.org.uk for more details.

If you already have a Will

If you would like to add QAHH to an existing Will, you can use a Codicil. Adding a Codicil to your Will means there is no need to change the terms of your current Will. It simply adds a new instruction. However, we still recommend that you get this checked by a solicitor. Click here for a Codicil form or talk to your solicitor to add a Codicil to your Will.

 

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