Leaving a gift in your will
Leaving a gift in your will, a legacy (or bequest), is a gift from one generation to the next, by remembering Against Breast Cancer in your will, your legacy could help to create a future free from breast cancer.
However large or small you chose, a fixed percentage of your estate or a monetary gift, your decision will help us to continue our life-saving research.
We understand that leaving a gift in your will is the most personal of decisions, but taking small steps now can ensure that your legacy will have a lasting impact.
Where there’s a will, there’s a way to create a future free from breast cancer.
Gifts in Wills offer hope for future generations
I left a gift in my will because I want the research to continue after my death and I want my death to benefit other people.
How your legacy can help breast cancer research
As a smaller charity, legacies to Against Breast Cancer can have a big impact on the research we fund. Our ultimate goal is to stop secondary breast cancer from claiming lives. We are seeking a vaccine against breast cancer.
Our research focuses on the prevention, detection and treatment of secondary spread breast cancer, the main cause of all breast cancer-related deaths, from understanding how diet and lifestyle factors may increase or reduce the risk of secondary breast cancer developing to discovering biomarkers, crucial information in the development of new tools to detect secondary breast cancer earlier.
If you choose to inform us you are leaving a gift to support our research, we can discuss how you might like your legacy to be spent, or even arrange for you to visit our research projects.
Write your will for free today
We have teamed up with Guardian Angel to simplify the process of writing a will and leaving a gift to Against Breast Cancer. Click the button below to get started on your FREE will, normally worth £90.
Guardian Angels provide free online wills at a fraction of the price of traditional will writers. You can complete your will in just 15 minutes and it will be checked by an in-house will expert. If you need to update your will, you can do so at any time, free for the first year and £10 a year thereafter.
They will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have about your will, either online or on the phone.Get started with your will