Any gift, large or small, is hugely important to us and our work and will enable us to deliver life changing treatment to an increasing number of people.

We know that family and friends come first when writing a Will, and we are therefore particularly appreciative when any of our supporters choose to include us in their list of beneficiaries.

If you would like to include Horder Healthcare in your Will, our address and charity number are as follows:
• The Horder Centre, St John’s Road, Crowborough, East Sussex TN6 1XP
• Registered charity no: 1046624

If you have included us in your Will, or intend to, we would be so grateful if you would let us know.

Whilst not binding in any way, this information will help us make plans with a little more confidence and will enable us to thank you for your generosity in your lifetime.

Gift 'In Memoriam'

As a lasting tribute, instead of a floral gift at your funeral, you may wish to let your family or executors know that you would like donations made in your name to benefit Horder Healthcare. Please be assured that your legacy and all ‘in memoriam’ gifts will be greatly appreciated.

We are heavily dependent on the generosity of our supporters to continue our charitable work and your gifts really will help us to change our patients’ lives.

If you would like more information, you can download our latest legacy brochure at the bottom of this page Alternatively you can request a paper copy from our Fundraising Department on 01892 665577 or email fundraising@horder.co.uk

Leaving a gift in your Will

Your support can help make a real difference!

Our key purpose as a charity is to advance health

Horder Healthcare is fortunate to receive loyal support from patients, donors, volunteers, charitable trusts and the local community. For the past 50 years, their support has been crucial to helping the organisation meet its charitable aims. Find out more about our vision and values as well as how you can support the organisation.

Volunteering at Horder Healthcare

Our volunteers are invaluable to our organisation and are involved in many aspects of the services we provide.

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