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The difference your gift will make

When leaving a gift to Sue Ryder in your Will, you can be confident you are making a meaningful difference.

By choosing to remember include Sue Ryder in your will, you can help care for someone at the end of their life. You can take away someone’s pain, make them comfortable and give them time to make those last precious memories with their families.

Your kindness can extend to families going through grief too. Your gift can help them learn to live with their grief with the support of our bereavement counsellors, Grief Kind Spaces and online community.


hours of care are provided across Sue Ryder's services from Gifts in Wills.

Together, we can ensure the expert care of Sue Ryder Nurses, doctors and bereavement specialists continues – helping families in the future get vital support through the toughest of times. 

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of the people cared for by our palliative services is funded through the kindness of people who have included a gift in their Will in the past.

Video: There when it matters

Watch a video about how Sue Ryder was there for Ricky, Gem and Alice.

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How we make an impact
How we are making a difference by providing vital care and support to people going through the most difficult times of their lives.
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How to include Sue Ryder in your Will
If you would like to remember Sue Ryder in your Will, here are some suggestions for the different kinds of gifts you can give, along with the few words it takes to phrase them.
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Questions about gifts in Wills
We've answered some of the most commonly asked questions about what it means to remember Sue Ryder in your Will.