a lasting gift
Leave a legacy.
Leaving a legacy to
Edinburgh Children's Hospital Charity ensures that
your support of our work can continue in the future.
Free Will Scheme
Edinburgh Children's Hospital Charity is delighted to have partnered with McClure Solicitors to offer a range of will services, free of charge. These schemes enable you to write or review your will at no cost to you or ECHC, with the optional invitation to make a donation to our charity and to consider leaving a gift to us in your will.
You can find out more about all of these services by clicking here. If you would like to speak to someone to discuss these services in more detail, the team at McClure Solicitors would be happy to hear from you. You can reach them by calling 0800 852 1999 or emailing email@example.com
Leaving a Gift in Your Will
Thank you for considering supporting ECHC by leaving a gift in your will. Making a will means that you can ensure that those you love are cared for when you are no longer here.
Leaving a legacy to ECHC also ensures that your support of our work can continue and thousands of children and young people will benefit from your kindness in the future.
If you would like to talk to someone at ECHC in confidence about leaving a legacy or would like to find out more about how you could, please contact Amy Ford on 0131 668 4949 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We would also be happy to visit and talk about any questions or wishes that you might have.
Gifts in memory of someone special
When you lose someone special in your life we all find different ways to deal with it. For many raising money in their memory helps to celebrate and honour a life and provides an ongoing gift to help children now and in the future
If you are organising a funeral or memorial service and would like to ask family and friends to make a donation, we can help by providing donation envelopes and acknowledging and thanking all those who have made a donation. We would be happy to advise you or if you prefer we can liaise with the funeral directors directly.