Leaving a Gift in your Will
Leave a gift in your will to Beaumond House and help bring forward the day when we can achieve our dream.
Many people from Newark and the surrounding area have been touched by the work of Beaumond House.
When Hospice Aid in Newark, now Beaumond House Community Hospice, was launched in 1987, we had no building and no beds. Leave a gift in your will to Beaumond House and help bring forward the day when we can achieve our dream... Thanks to the amazing and continued support of local people, since 1987 we have come a long way and have supported thousands of local people. Gifts left in wills to Beaumond House during this time have made a significant difference to our ability to reach out and support more and more local people.
Our ambition is to ensure that we can help every single person from Newark and the surrounding area who needs us at their most difficult times of life. We believe that the care provided by Beaumond House is second to none and that it should be available to everyone who would like to be supported by us. We can only achieve that dream with the continued support of people like you.
Making a will is not necessarily expensive, complicated or time-consuming. We would strongly recommend going to a solicitor for professional, reliable advice in drawing up your will. To ensure that no problems arise when the will is executed, the wording used must include the name Beaumond House Community Hospice, Newark and our charity number which is 1025442.
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Why a gift in your will make a difference
When it comes to writing your will, we know that you may want to make sure your loved ones, family and friends are considered first. After providing for them, we hope you might consider helping Beaumond House by leaving a gift to us in your wil
Remember that by telling us that you have pledged to leave a gift in your will, you help us to secure a bright future for Beaumond House. We will also enjoy having the opportunity to say thank you.
Absolutely every gift can help us to help others.
Case Study - George Herbert
Mr George Herbert Hindson passed away on 29th January 2013, but on his 88th birthday Beaumond House offered a huge hand of support and strength when the family and friends of George were in their darkest hour and frankly at their wits end. As a result of the compassion and kindness shown to him he immediately altered his Will to make Beaumond House a sole beneficiary of his estate. Towards the end of his life George had clearly expressed his wish to die at home in Newark. Sadly the care plan put in place for him failed leaving him and his closest family members distressed and highly concerned.
The words below come from Paul Meadows a close family member.
“Having made all of the appropriate calls but to no avail, in desperation, we got in the car and drove to Beaumond House. I only had to mention my name and the name of the patient and we were welcomed with open arms. Within minutes of arriving we were ushered into a private room and listened to intently, about the day’s events. Having heard our story, the staff volunteered to try and sort matters out for us, the offer of which was hugely appreciated.
We were not known to Beaumond House and without their intervention in our hour of need we would not have had the benefit of being with George for the extra 10 days after his birthday. A truly exemplary service to which the family and I owe a tremendous amount of gratitude. Nothing was too much trouble”.
To find out more, please contact Cathy Lowe on 01636 610556 or email here.
Frequently asked questions
How do I go about making a Wil?
Making a will is not neccesarily expensive, complicated or time-consuming. We would strongly recommend going to a solicitor for professional, reliable advice in drawing up your will. The cost of putting a single simple will in place using a Solicitor will cost you around £200 inclusive of VAT. When you instruct a Solicitor they will agree the charges with you at the outset. We have listed some local Solicitors who have partnered with Beaumond House. Each of them will make a donation to us for every will made during our promotion period.*
What if I already have a will?
It is very important to keep your will up to date. Altering an existing will can be done simply by adding a codicil. This is a separate legal document witnessed in its own right. Again, consulting with a solicitor is the best way to add a codicil and ensure it is legally binding. A codicil must be kept with your Will but not attached to it.
How do I word a legacy or codicil?
To ensure that no problems arise when the will is executed, the wording used must include the name Beaumond House Community Hospice, Newark and our charity number which is 1025442.