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Legacy Benefactors Book – Chestnut Tree House

Legacy Benefactors Book

Chestnut Tree House is an independent charity, funded almost entirely by our community. By a considerable margin, our most important source of income is the support and donations we receive from individuals – and gifts in Wills contribute the most. We have received a gift from all those who are named in the Chestnut Tree House legacy benefactors book, a thoughtful decision that will help Chestnut Tree House continue to provide dedicated, compassionate hospice care for future generations of life-limited children and their families.

legacy benefactors book

Chestnut Tree House helps give families the chance to make every day they have together one they will treasure and remember. Every single thing we do is offered completely free of charge to every family. It costs over £3.9 million every year to fund our care yet we receive less than 6% from central government. We rely heavily on the generosity of people in the community. In fact, the care costs of 1 in every 4 children we support are completely funded by gifts in Wills

Through the book company, we have created a wonderful book that celebrates those who have left us a gift in their Will. Being online it is accessible to all and means we can ensure families know how much we appreciate the gifts we receive. It was a great process and the team where available to help us at all times in the process. Rosie, Development Fundraiser

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The Alzheimer’s Society legator recognition book

Legator recognition book

Having an online book allows Alzheimer’s Society to recognise the generosity of their legators.
We hope you will take a few moments to browse among the pages, and to read the dedications for the many who chose to leave a legacy or gift in their Will to Alzheimer’s Society.
In doing so, they make a significant and lasting difference to the lives of people with dementia, their carers and their families.

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Ross SinkinsThe Alzheimer’s Society legator recognition book