By leaving us a gift in your Will, you can make a huge difference to the people that our Hospice cares for and supports in your local area - our patients, their families, and their carers. Your gift will help us to continue to provide outstanding personalised care to those living with a terminal illness, whether in our Hospice, in a patient’s own home or in local residential homes nearby.
Gifts left in Wills are invaluable to us, however large or small. Last year we cared for over 1,700 patients and their families, which is only possible through the generosity of our local community.
Leaving a little means a lot
We understand that your family, loved ones and perhaps other causes close to your heart will be the focus of the legacy you leave. But by leaving just a very small gift or a tiny percentage of your estate to us, you can have a huge impact on our work, increasing the number of patients we can look after and ensuring that they enjoy the highest possible quality of life at the most difficult of times.
Leaving a gift in your Will is easy to do and your Solicitor will be able to include this in your Will for you. You will need our registered address and charity number:
Heart of Kent Hospice,
Registered Address: Preston Hall, Aylesford, Kent, ME20 7PU
Registered Charity No: 298164
We can also help answer any initial questions you may have and explain how your gift will be used. Call Claire Ashby, Supporter Care Manager on 01622 792200 ext 242 for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make a Will month
For one month every year, local Solicitors donate their time in return for a suggested donation to the Hospice. Please email email@example.com for further information on Make a Will month.
A little more about the work that we do
Heart of Kent Hospice provides specialist compassionate care and support for anyone in our local community with a terminal illness, enabling them to live in comfort, with independence and dignity to the end of their lives, as well as supporting those closest to them. Our outstanding team includes specialist doctors, nurses, counsellors, welfare advisers, a spiritual welfare team and over 600 volunteers from the local area. Together we provide the expertise, advice and support needed to achieve our vision, that everyone living with a terminal illness in our community will have the best quality of life, for as long as they live - find out more.