Remember us with a Gift in your Will

After you've provided for those closest to you, perhaps you would consider leaving a gift to the South Western Ambulance Charity in your will.

 

Every gift in every will makes a difference, no matter how large or small - even 1%. 

Choosing to leave us a gift is easy to arrange and your contribution will be very much valued.

 

Legacy gifts are used to support our ambulance staff welfare and the vital work of our volunteer Community First Responders. They may also be used to support South West communities by improving their chances of surviving a cardiac arrest. 

 

We recommend that you seek professional advice to make sure that your wishes are clear and correct. You may need our UK registered charity number which is 1049230. 

If you are considering leaving us a gift in your will, please do get in touch so we can understand more about your intended gift and how you might like us to use it. We would like the chance to update you on how charitable gifts are already being used and to show you our appreciation.

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Making an 'In Memory' Gift

Many people choose to make a charitable donation in memory of loved ones who are no longer with us.

 

We are very grateful to receive in-memory donations and kind messages from friends and families who wish to thank the South Western Ambulance Service staff for their support through a very difficult time. 

Funeral Directors may be able to advise you on the 'in memory' donation services that they recommend or use.

 

You may wish to consider using on-line websites such as JustGiving or Much Loved to set up a tribute to someone you loved who has sadly passed away.

 

 

Get In Touch

If you would like any more information, or would like to discuss making a gift, please do contact Louise or Zoe by email to charity@swast.nhs.uk or call us on 0300 3690108 .

Make a one-off or regular donation

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