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Writing your Will is one of the most important things you can do to ensure your wishes are carried out.
Our booklet will guide you through how to write, rewrite, or add to your existing Will, and some of the important things to consider.
And if you believe, like we do, that the RCEM Foundation Fund deserves support – you can find everything you need to know about leaving a gift to The Royal College of Emergency Medicine’s Foundation Fund as well.
We know that writing a Will is a private matter and needs time and consideration. It’s one of the most important things you’ll do and we hope you’ve find our guide useful in coming to some decisions about making or amending your Will. Your gift – large or small – really will make a difference.
We hope you’ll consider supporting the RCEM Foundation Fund in this very special way.
To find out more about leaving a gift to the future call the team on 020 7067 4813, email us via firstname.lastname@example.org
We won’t swap your personal information with other charities or sell it to third parties.
The RCEM Foundation Fund is operated by The Royal College of Emergency Medicine whose principal office address is Octavia House, 54 Ayres Street, London SE1 1EU. Monies raised are held in a ‘restricted fund’, which is a fund designated for the purposes of: 1) Supporting the College’s activities designed to optimise patient care in the UK, 2) Supporting ground-breaking research and 3) developing Emergency Medicine care and clinical training in low income countries. The Royal College of Emergency Medicine is a Royal Charter body and a registered charity, whose registered charity number in England and Wales is 1122689 and in Scotland is SCO44373.