06:51AM, Friday 09 March 2012
A hospice which brings comfort and dignity to a thousand terminally ill patients each year is asking the public to remember them in their wills.
One in four Thames Hospicecare patients has been cared for with money donated through a will - but research shows only one in three of us will make one.
Next week, in national Make a Will Week, people are being encouraged to visit one of eight solicitors to get a will drafted in exchange for an £85 donation to the hospice or £125 for a mirror will.
Sue Lindsey, fundraising and marketing director of the Windsor-based hospice, said: "If they do choose to make a gift to us then that gift will be used carefully and with due diligence, helping our patients live their life with dignity and respect right to the very end."
Visit www.thcmakeawill.org or call 01753 848212 for details.
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