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Support your family and your hospice with Rowcroft’s Make a Will Week


Rowcroft’s Make a Will Week, from 13 - 17 May, gives you the opportunity to make or update your Will with a local, South Devon solicitor who will donate the entire fee they’d normally receive directly to Rowcroft Hospice.


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aking a Will is important for you and your family, bringing the peace


of mind and knowledge that whatever the future might bring, your loved ones are financially protected. To make or update your Will, simply book an appointment with a participating local solicitor and mention ‘Rowcroft’s Make a Will Week’. During your appointment, you will be asked to provide all the necessary information for the firm to write your Will, and also to make your donation to Rowcroft. The suggested donation for a single Will is £175 or £225 for a pair of mirror Wills. Though there is no obligation to do so, you may wish to donate more than the suggested fee, or choose to leave a gift to Rowcroft in your Will. However much you choose, 100% of your donation will come directly to the hospice. By taking part in Make a Will


Week, and perhaps choosing to remember Rowcroft in your Will, you’ll be helping families like Josephine’s to face the most chal- lenging days of their lives, with the support of Rowcroft’s dedicated health and social care teams. “My sister, Verna died on the Inpatient Unit, aged only 61-years-old,” explains Josephine. “I remember it to be a sad time, but the care she received couldn’t have been better. It was wonderful that our family could visit her at any time without feeling the pressures of time. To think that so many patients and their families can spend such precious time together in a quiet, peaceful atmosphere looked after


Rowcroft supports three quarters of patients at home, and also provides care for patients and their family members at its 12-bed Inpatient Unit and Outpatient Centre in Torquay


by caring, dedicated people with their loved ones close at hand is such a comfort. “To show my appreciation for that care, I have decided to leave


“More than 70% of


Rowcroft’s funding comes from the local community”


a gift in my Will, because I want to ensure more patients are able to receive the wonderful care that Verna did, at a time when they need it most.” Every pound Rowcroft receives


from Make a Will Week goes directly towards supporting patients in South Devon living with life-lim- iting illnesses to share precious time with their family and friends;


helping to make every day the best day possible. Sue Harvey, Rowcroft’s Inpatient


Unit Manager, explains: “More than 70% of Rowcroft’s funding comes from the local community, and a huge proportion of that comes from gifts in Wills, but however much you can donate to Rowcroft during Make a Will Week, no matter how big or small, is gratefully received and hugely appreciated by all of us.” Secure your family’s future while supporting your local hospice; for more information about making or updating your Will during Make a Will Week, and a full list of local participating solicitors, visit www.rowcrofthospice.org.uk/will-week


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