Make a long-lasting impact on the future of breast cancer research.
Why your gift is important
Research is a long journey and needs a steady stream of funding. By including a gift in your will you can help fund research into new treatments that save lives.
Right now breast cancer research is at a tipping point, which means we can create radical change like never before. More women are surviving. But more are being diagnosed than ever. With your help, we can change that. If we all act now, by 2050, we believe everyone who develops the disease will live.
I was 19 when my mum was diagnosed. Her three sisters were too. They all survived. I’m leaving a gift to look after my own girls when they’re grown up”
After taking care of loved ones in their will, some people leave a one off gift, £100, £1000, £10,000… or leave a percentage of anything left over after all their other gifts are made.
Every gift made makes an impact in the labs where our research happens. Last year thanks to gifts left to us in wills we funded brand new three year research projects for seven of our scientists.
Bob had never dreamt of having to protect his daughter, Fiona, from anything more than falling off her bike or getting her heart broken by a boy. But after breast cancer turned his family's life upside down, he was determined to do something.
Read Bob's story about his gift for the future of research.
Our promises to you
If you tell us that you’re thinking about leaving a gift in your will to us we promise not to put you under any pressure. That simply isn’t our way. We understand completely that the people you love come first.
We are part of a Free Will Network so our supporters can have their will written for free.
The National Free Wills Network will put you in touch with solicitors in your area who will help you make or amend a simple will for free.
There’s absolutely no obligation to include a gift to us in your will, but we hope that you’ll consider doing so.
Take a look at our frequently asked questions or download our gifts in wills guide.
If you have a question please get in touch with our team telephone 0333 20 70 300 or email Jo and Emma firstname.lastname@example.org.