By leaving a gift in your Will, you can help transform the future for women with ovarian cancer. For more information please download our free printable guide.
How your legacy gift can make the greatest difference
We are the UK's leading ovarian cancer charity improving earlier diagnosis, providing much needed support for women and funding research to find new treatments. Your legacy gift will train more GPs, provide expert advice, information and support, and fund important research that will become part of medical practice.
How to leave a legacy gift in your Will
No matter how big or how small, every gift we receive in Wills helps to save lives. After remembering your loved ones, you can leave a gift to Target Ovarian Cancer as a residuary (percentage of your estate), pecuniary (fixed sum) or specific (eg property, jewellery or shares) gift. Your kind gift will be gratefully received and will help to transform the future for women with ovarian cancer.
If you have an existing Will, you can still include a gift to Target Ovarian Cancer with a codicil form which you can take to your solicitor. There is no tax payable on a gift to charity in your Will and it could reduce the total amount of your estate that might be liable for Inheritance Tax.
We always recommend you contact a solicitor before writing your Will, even if your bequests are relatively simple. You can find a local solicitor through the Law Society.
Our charity number is 1125038 (England and Wales) SC042920 Scotland. Registered address 2 Angel Gate, London, EC1V 2PT. You will need this information to include Target Ovarian Cancer in your Will.
If you have any questions please contact our team on 020 7923 5474 or by email email@example.com. We are unable to give legal advice, but we can answer any questions you may have about the charity. Please do let us know if you are thinking about leaving a gift in your Will to us so we can show you the difference you will make and the legacy you will leave.
Watch our video of our patron, Sarah Greene, and supporter Paul talking about why giving a legacy gift is so important.