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How to include a gift in your Will

Including a gift in your Will is a simple way to support our work, and allows us to know we can continue to fight cystic fibrosis long into the future. We are strong advocates for family and friends coming first, and are grateful to everyone who considers making a provision for the Trust thereafter.

Types of gift

There are three main types of gift you can leave to a charity: a fixed sum gift, a share of your estate, or a specific item.

Our gifts in wills team is here to assist with any questions you may have, and while we can’t provide advice, can send you through our gifts in wills enquiry pack and discuss the work of the Trust with you. Our team can be reached on 0203 795 2132 or by e-mail at

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Your wishes

Before visiting your solicitor, make a list of what you want to leave behind and the approximate value. The next step is to decide whom you want to benefit from your possessions. It's natural to think of your family and friends first, and we hope that you may consider us in what is left over.

Wills aren't only about passing on your possessions. You may wish to nominate guardians for dependents under the age of 18. You can also include your wishes for specific funeral arrangements, and whether you would prefer donations to charity instead of flowers.

Our simple will-planning guide will take you through the steps. You will need to give your solicitor our charity registration number. The information you need is:

Cystic Fibrosis Trust
One Aldgate
London EC3N 1RE

Registered charity number: 1079049 (England and Wales) and SC040196 (Scotland)

Don't have a will?

If you don't already have a will, you need to find a solicitor in your area. In England and Wales, contact the Law Society on 020 7242 1222.
In Scotland contact the Law Society of Scotland 0131 226 7411. In Northern Ireland contact the Law Society of Northern Ireland on 028 9023 1614.