A gift in your Will, whatever the size, could help us win the fight against osteoporosis
Here at the National Osteoporosis Society we understand that your loved ones come first and foremost when deciding who to provide for in your Will. We wouldn’t want it any other way.
However, having a Will is also a wonderful opportunity to help and remember a cause that you feel strongly about.
Gifts in Wills make up over a third of our income. Quite simply, without the kindness and generosity of the people who help us in this special way, we couldn’t continue.
A gift to the National Osteoporosis Society in your Will, no matter how big or small, will not only help us to continue to provide our expert support and information to the thousands of people newly diagnosed with osteoporosis every year, but it will also bring hope - as you will be helping us to continue to fund vital research with a view to improving the lives, treatment and care of people living with osteoporosis in the future.
With your help, we could achieve our vision of a Future without Fragility Fractures.
The difference you will make
By leaving us a gift in your Will we can continue transforming the lives of people living with osteoporosis. We cannot do this without your support.
A Gift in your Will will help us continue to:
- Improve public awareness and understanding of osteoporosis
- Influence health and social care provision to achieve excellence in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis to prevent fragility fractures
- Provide caring support and information through channels such as our nation wide support groups, our nurse led Helpline, booklets and website to enable people affected by osteoporosis to make a positive difference to their lives
- Invest in research to increase understanding of the disease and improve treatment options and patient care for future generations.
For further information about how you can support the National Osteoporosis Society by leaving a gift in your Will please complete the Gift in Will Enquiry Form below.
A gift in your Will could offer a lifeline of support to people with osteoporosis and their families, helping them to cope with the problems that this condition can bring.