Leaving a legacy

A gift in your will to St. Mark’s Hospital Foundation is a lasting way to help many people living with bowel disease.

Leaving a gift in your will to St Mark’s Hospital Foundation is a lasting way to ensure that the hospital can continue helping to improve the lives of people with bowel disease.

In addition to helping save lives,  legacies can help to restore the quality of life and the long term health of people with bowel disease. As a result of legacies, research at St Mark’s is able to push the frontiers of treatment and clinicians can treat complex bowel disease more effectively by provide new treatments.

To help support the Foundation’s vision of a future free from the fear of bowel disease, please consider leaving a gift in your will.

All Out for St Mark’s

Leaving a legacy to St Mark’s Hospital Foundation comes with automatic membership to the exclusive group All Out for St Mark’s. Created specifically for donors that have left the charity a gift in their will All Out for St Mark’s is a unique group.

In addition to knowing your legacy will help fund research there are multiple benefits associated with membership. One benefit is that a yearly event is arranged for this group, which serves as an opportunity to meet other like-minded individuals who have also remembered the charity in their will. For instance recent All Out for St Mark’s events have included;

  • Tea at the House of Lords
  • Exclusive access to the Da Vinci xi robot
  • Surgical Observations
  • Invitations to meet with the medical staff and researchers
  • Complementary lunch at Northwick Park Golf Club

Together with the aforementioned, legacy donors are regularly updated on the research that is undertaken at St Mark’s Hospital.

The Fundraising team will happily help with any queries regarding leaving a legacy.

Simply download the St Mark’s Legacy Brochure. Further information is available here How to leave a legacy to St Mark’s Hospital Foundation

You can also email info@stmarkshospitalfoundation.org.uk

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