Help us write the story for future generations of families

Since the earliest days of our hospital in the 1870s, we have been at the forefront of medical care for women, babies and families. From providing the first premature baby unit in the UK, to being the first hospital to have a dedicated colposcopy clinic to help diagnose and treat cervical cancers at the earliest stage possible, we’ve been determined to continue improving treatment for everyone in our care. Throughout this time we’ve been supported by visionary people leaving gifts in their wills. Can you help future generations of families by leaving a gift in your will?

How you can help

Every year, we are honoured to receive legacy gifts, both large and small, from people just like you, who have chosen to invest in the future of our hospital. Though we might not know what the future holds yet, we do know that your support will help to create a hospital which will strive to provide innovative treatments, deliver positive experiences and most importantly give hope for generations to come. 

Your legacy will create a future where better treatments for life-threatening women’s health issues are more readily available, where new babies are delivered in the safest and most relaxed environments, and where our pioneering research continues to push the boundaries of medicine to help us save more lives.

National Free Wills Network

We have partnered with the National Free Wills Network to offer our supporters the opportunity to write a new will, free of charge. Although there’s no obligation to do so, we hope that if you use this service you will also feel inspired to invest in the future of our hospital by choosing to leave a gift in your will.  Find out more about this free of charge service.

For more information

If you’d like to receive more information about how a gift in your will can do more for the women and babies in our care, or if you’d like a tour of the hospital to see first-hand the impact that gifts can have on our work, please contact us by emailing [email protected] or call 0121 335 8040.