Remember the Trust in your Will
Gifts from Wills are an essential part of our income and we simply couldn’t carry on doing our work without them. By remembering the Trust in your Will, we will be able to help more people affected by MSA, while also increasing our research commitment to find both a cause and cure for this devastating disease.
After providing for family and friends, remembering the Trust in your Will is a wonderful way of supporting our work and your gift is exempt from Inheritance Tax.
There are a number of options when it comes to making your Will, If you are not sure which type of gift to leave to the Trust, please refer to our guide to legacy types below.
We strongly recommend consulting a solicitor who will ensure that all the legal formalities are correctly followed and that your Will is valid. You can find a solicitor in your area through the Law Society or 020 7242 1222, who will advise you. Your solicitor may also find our brief guide for Will draftsmen document (below) useful.
If you have decided that you would like to leave a gift to the Trust, please make sure you include our full name – Multiple System Atrophy Trust – to ensure your donation reaches us.
“I’ve chosen to remember the Trust in my Will, as a way of saying thank you for what you did for me and my wife when she was diagnosed. No words can ever express our gratitude; we couldn’t have asked for more kindness and support.”
Mr Seabrook, who has chosen to leave a gift to the Trust in his Will.
Remember that you may need to review and amend your Will to ensure it remains relevant if your circumstances change, for example, if you marry, divorce, or if children or grandchildren are born.
If you have remembered the Trust in your Will and you would like to let us know, you can do so by contacting Joan Smith on 0333 323 4591.