Leaving a planned gift in your Will
Support our work in your Will
Our goal is that one day, no one’s life will be limited by gluten. As we work towards this, we rely on funding from various sources, with gifts in Wills being a very gratefully received donation option. A gift of even 1% of your estate would make an amazing difference to the future of everyone affected by coeliac disease.
Donations including gifts in Wills help us to fund research and keep our helpline and vital support services running, and have led to significant achievements in the past 50 years, including:
- Enabling Local Volunteer Groups to provide support at a local level
- Producing packs to support children with coeliac disease at school
- Creating our ‘Is it coeliac disease?’ campaign and online assessment to drive early diagnosis
- Introducing a gluten free accreditation scheme for restaurants and caterers.
I have often felt very thankful for the research that has been done so that we can live such a normal life without having to feel so tired or uncomfortable all the time. Thank you Coeliac UK for all the research and support to help our family adjust.
Both my daughter and I have coeliac disease and when she was diagnosed in 1967, we only received a single page of instructions listing the foods to avoid. Over the years, availability and quality of gluten free food has improved exponentially thanks to campaigning by Coeliac UK.
To leave a gift in your Will you will need to include our charity name, address, charity registration number and amount within your official Will documents. These details can be found below and if you would like to receive a full information pack please click here or contact Nicola Kilminster on 01494 796132 or email firstname.lastname@example.org