I’m leaving a legacy to The Nightingale
My respect for The Nightingale and the support, time and kindness they give to help people affected by cancer are the reasons why I chose to support them. Currently, I give an annual donation direct from my bank, but I have also chosen to give them a gift in my will.
I know personally the impact a cancer diagnosis has on the patient and their family as I suffer from cancer. I am lucky to have very supportive friends and family and a strong faith which I believe helps me to stay positive. Unfortunately, I know this is not everyone’s experience and this is why the work The Nightingale does is so important.
Having worked all my life, I am in the fortunate position to have the financial security needed for my senior years. I decided some time ago that when I pass on, I wanted to leave a bequest to benefit others, which is why I have included The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre in my will. To me, it is my way of giving a final thank you to the organisation that has helped so many of my friends to continue to live life following their cancer diagnosis and treatment.
It is a common myth that only the rich and famous leave money to charity when they die.
My first priority is naturally to my family, which I have done. I have also managed to ensure that my promise to myself to support The Nightingale in my will is also fulfilled. I urge you to think about how you can support The Nightingale.
Bill decided to see his gift to The Nightingale as his final thank you for the help we provided his friends and as a way of ensuring other people get that same help. We hope you will consider doing the same, to help those in the community fighting cancer.
If you would like to remember The Nightingale in your will you will need the following information.
Charity Name: The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre
Registered Charity Number: 1094435