In high-income countries, over 80% of children with cancer survive. However, for those in developing countries, the story is very different - as few as 10% survive. By leaving a gift in your will to World Child Cancer, you will be giving the gift of growing up to children with cancer for many years to come. Children like Latifa, whose future could have been so different.
‘Writing a will is vitally important in protecting the legacy you leave behind for your loved ones. By including World Child Cancer in your will, you could also support children with cancer across the world and increase their chances of survival.’ Dr. Jan Kohler
After providing for your loved ones, please consider leaving a share of what is left. Leaving a gift in your will costs nothing in your lifetime, but it can make a huge difference to children with cancer in the future. Whatever the value of your gift, we will ensure that it goes a long way to helping children and families in need. You will never stop caring, and neither will we.
"Four out of five children live in developing countries where childhood cancer survival rates can be as low as 10%. By leaving a legacy you will ensure that ongoing work can continue where resources are reducing not improving." Professor Tim Eden
If you are considering leaving a gift for World Child Cancer in your will, or have already done so, we would love to hear from you. This will allow us to thank you properly for your hugely valuable contribution and to plan for many children with cancer we hope to reach in the future. As well as supporting the 300,000 children that develop cancer each year, by leaving a legacy to us in your will you will also become a World Child Cancer Change Maker.