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A Gift in Your Will


A gift in your Will is one of the most personal, meaningful and valued gifts you can give. You will be helping to continue Sara Lee’s legacy of supporting the people of Hastings and Rother with free counselling and complementary therapy care when they need it most.

You will be supporting future generations who need our support and care while affected by cancer or another life threatening illness: people who may be facing the end of their life themselves, or the possibility of bereavement in their family.

The Sara Lee Trust values all gifts made in Wills, of whatever size or type, as they allow us to plan for the future with confidence.

To find out more about how your gift can help, or to receive a copy of our free Wills Guide, please call Katie Jones on 01424 457969 or email katiejones@saraleetrust.org

Thank You


If you have already remembered The Sara Lee Trust in your Will, or you intend to do so, please consider letting us know. You do not have to tell us, but if you do, it will help us to plan for the future. We will also be able to keep you informed about how we are using gifts in Wills to support our services. Thank you.


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The Sara Lee Trust provides an invaluable service to our breast patients. ItÂ’s amazing that I am able to refer patients for a variety of complementary therapies. We know what a difference this can make when struggling to cope with the side effects of treatment and beyond. The counselling service is also a lifeline for some patients and the feedback we receive is always positive. We would genuinely struggle to access counselling with the volume of patients who are in need through the NHS in a timely manner. 

Juliette Twyman - ESHT Macmillan Breast Clinical Nurse Specialist

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