Will you leave a last­ing legacy?

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Uk&world Update -

Fa­tHEr’S day is the per­fect time to cel­e­brate all that our fa­thers have done for us over the years. Back in 1911 a young man called dou­glas Macmil­lan put a £10 birth­day gift from his fa­ther to ex­cel­lent use, when he founded what we now know as Macmil­lan Can­cer Sup­port.

Ninety nine years on, dou­glas’s legacy lives on as Macmil­lan con­tin­ues to help im­prove the lives of peo­ple af­fected by can­cer, pro­vid­ing prac­ti­cal, med­i­cal, emo­tional and fi­nan­cial sup­port and work­ing to im­prove can­cer care. and so can you . . .

What would your legacy to the next gen­er­a­tion be? once you have pro­vided for fam­ily and friends in your will, could you help Macmil­lan to en­sure ev­ery­one has ac­cess to the best can­cer care in the fu­ture?

over a third of Macmil­lan’s ser­vices are funded by gifts left in wills, en­abling us to pro­vide vi­tal med­i­cal, emo­tional, fi­nan­cial and prac­ti­cal sup­port to half of the peo­ple liv­ing with can­cer in the UK. to reach ev­ery­one af­fected by can­cer, we need your help.

Whether you’re new to will writ­ing or want to update your will, our guide to wills, lega­cies and Macmil­lan can help. I very much look for­ward to hear­ing from read­ers about re­ceiv­ing their free copy.

NANCy KirKHAM Macmil­lan legacy ad­viser Email: nkirkham@ macmil­lan.org.uk www.macmil­lan.org.uk/


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