Giving in your will
Help us fund vital projects to help save and change childrens' lives by leaving a gift in your will
We have already used gifts from people like you to help eliminate polio, help introduce ultrasound scanning in pregnancy, and establish a link between folic acid and spina bifida.
Just think what your gift could help us do next.
Because Action Medical Research funds research into such a broad range of pregnancy complications, childhood illnesses and disabilities, you can be sure that whenever in the future your gift is received, it will be used to tackle the most critical conditions affecting babies and children at that time.
We know that medical research can save and change children’s lives. By leaving a gift in your will to Action Medical Research you will be helping to find ways to reduce premature birth, to support children facing a lifetime of challenges caused by disabilities, and to develop cutting-edge therapies for rare and incurable diseases.
Please contact Jane Tarrant for a friendly, confidential discussion on 01403 327414 or email email@example.com or read our simple guide to making a will (right) to help you prepare to make a Will.
If you have already made a will it is easy to add a codicil (a document that adds to or alters a will) leaving a gift to Action Medical Research. Your solicitor can draw this up for you. It is signed in the same manner as a Will, and placed with your Will.
Paul was a very strong character with real charisma, and strove to live his life to the full despite his disability. But without Action Medical Research, we know Paul's life would have been less fulfilling, so we decided to leave a gift in our wills in order that others could continue to benefit.
Stuart and Anne Simpson, Paul's parents