Give in your Will

Give in your Will

Leaving a gift in your Will to Cavell Nurses’ Trust ensures life-changing, emergency support is available to working and retired UK nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants facing serious hardship.

In 2018, 3,300 nursing professionals sought support from Cavell Nurses’ Trust, that’s on average 9 nurses every day. Nursing professionals face hardship due to a wide variety of reasons, including cancer diagnosis, mental ill-health, financial crisis, domestic abuse, caring responsibilities and even homelessness.

We’re determined to be here for every single nursing professional in hardship and we’re proud to support such an incredible workforce of dedicated people in their time of need. But we can’t do it without your help.

The impact of Gifts in Wills

Donations transform lives and a gift in your Will, no matter what size, has the power to create a dramatic impact. Here’s how help from Cavell Nurses’ Trust has changed people’s lives recently,

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“Not only did Cavell Nurses’ Trust help me financially but emotionally too. Their compassion, at a time when other services had simply dismissed my need for help, meant so much to me.” Healthcare Assistant, Pamela.

Leave a gift in your Will

Making or changing a Will is easy to do and there are different ways to do it. For example, you could gift a share of your estate, or a fixed sum of money, or a specific item.

In order to generously donate to Cavell Nurses’ Trust in your Will, you need to ensure you include our full name, address and charity number, which are:

Cavell Nurses’ Trust, Grosvenor House, Prospect Hill, Redditch, Worcestershire, B97 4DL.
Registered Charity Number 1160148 (England and Wales) and SC041453 (Scotland).

When making or changing your Will, we recommend you speak to a solicitor who can offer professional advice and ensure your Will reflects your exact wishes. If you would like to discuss the options around leaving a gift in your Will with one of the team at Cavell Nurses’ Trust, please call us on 01527 595 999 or email