Leaving a Legacy Remember St. Margaret's Hospice in your Will, and help us to make each day count for our patients. St. Margaret's Hospice has been at the heart of Somerset's community for over 35 years, delivering high quality, responsive and compassionate care to patients and their families facing a life-limiting illness. 100% of the care and support we provide is free of charge to patients and their loved ones. As a registered charity, we therefore rely heavily on the generosity of our supporters and the local community. 20% of all patient care delivered by St. Margaret's is funded by generous gifts in Wills. Whether from a dedicated sum, a percentage amount, or assets such as shares or jewellery, no matter how big or small, each gift will have a significant impact on the lives of our patients and their loved ones. There are many good reasons to make a Will and keep it up to date: It makes sure your wishes are being followed It makes it easier for friends and family to take care of your estate It can help minimise the amount of inheritance tax that may need to be paid on your estate It protects the rights of your partner It will ensure that you give your assets to the people and causes you love most - without a Will your estate could end up belonging to the Crown or the Government If you would like any further information please contact Marisa Lovell-Fox on 01823 365606. Making a Will is simple and affordable, and allows you to remember all those who are dear to you. A solicitor will support and guide you through the process, providing you with confidence and re-assurance that all your affairs are in order. To leave a gift to St. Margaret's Hospice and create your legacy, simply provide our name and registered charity number (as listed below) to your solicitor when making or updating your Will: St. Margaret’s Somerset Hospice Heron Dive, Bishops Hull Taunton TA1 5HA Registered Charity Number: 279473 Click here to download or print a Codicil to add a legacy to St. Margaret’s Hospice to an existing, straightforward Will.