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Why leave us a gift in your Will

Could a cure for blood cancer be your lasting legacy?

Gift wills, mother and child

Gifts in Wills fund blood cancer research

A gift in your Will could get us to the day when every single person with blood cancer survives. That day could be as little as 30 years away.

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A lasting legacy

Your gift could help us provide expert information and support, develop kinder treatments and find a cure. Your gift could transform lives and make a lasting difference to everyone affected by blood cancer for generations to come.

Because of the love you shared

Thanks to every single person who has left a gift in their Will to Blood Cancer UK, we’re closer than ever to finding better treatments. And beating blood cancer once and for all.

Your legacy could bring us closer to that day, and help us to provide expert information and support along the way.

Because of Susan

Our story started in 1960, when David and Hilda Eastwood lost their little girl, Susan, to leukaemia. They vowed to do everything they could to save others from that pain.

They brought together a community – our community – who knew how life-shattering blood cancer can be.

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Blood Cancer UK founder David Eastwood with Susan.

Determined to beat blood cancer

A community built upon a shared pain and an incredible strength.

Together, they formed an unbreakable chain, made up of generations of people determined to beat blood cancer – and make that part of their legacy.

With a gift in your Will, you’ll be part of that forever.

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