Leaving a legacy in your will.
Once you have looked after your loved ones, we would also like you to think of Make 2nds Count. Any legacy small or big will make a huge difference and help us to continue giving hope to those affected by Secondary Breast Cancer.
Make 2nds Count funds medical research and support programmes that contribute to advancing an increased quality of life for Secondary Breast Cancer patients helping all those affected by this incurable disease.
Why should you have a will?
Whilst nobody wants to think about the end of their life, most of us would like to make sure that our wishes are followed. A will makes sure that your property, money and possessions, go where you want them to. It also cuts down on the cost of winding up an estate as estates without wills can be expensive and complicated to administer. It’s important for us all, young and old to have our affairs in order.
Including us in your will is so straightforward.
We have partnered with Gilson Gray LLP, one of Scotland’s leading law firms, who have offices throughout Scotland. Provided that you support Make 2nds Count in your will, Gilson Gray LLP will produce your will for more than 50% of their normal rate.
To proceed simply email email@example.com quoting ‘Make 2nds Count’ and one of Gilson Gray’s experienced team will contact you for a no obligation chat.
What if I already have a will?
If you already have a will but wish to leave a legacy to Make 2nds Count, Gilson Gray would be happy to produce a deed amending your will to include such a legacy free of charge.
I don’t live in Scotland but would like to leave a legacy to Make 2nds Count?
The private client team at Gilson Gray have connections throughout the UK and would be delighted to provide advice and recommendations where appropriate.
If you already have a solicitor and wish to include a legacy in your will to Make 2nds Count you should provide our full charity name, address and Scottish charity number as follows:
Make 2nds Count
29 Rutland Square
Scottish Charity Number: SC048268