Why leave a gift?

Multi sensory suite at Priors CourtBy leaving a gift in your Will, you'll be helping to transform the lives of young people with severe autism at Prior’s Court. Your support is crucial in enabling us to continue our work in years to come.

A Will is one of the simplest ways to ensure that your wishes are followed and that the future of your family and friends – in fact, all the people and causes you care about most – are provided for.


How can you support Prior's Court in your Will?

Get in touch with our fundraising team for further advice on how to leave a gift, or read our Leaving a gift in your Will leaflet for additional information.

Young person using outdoor music circle at PriorOur pledge to you:

  • We value every gift no matter how large or small.
  • Your gift will be used in the best way to help the young people at Prior’s Court. But if you specify a particular area of our work that you want your gift to fund, we will honour your wish.
  • We will respect your privacy and will handle your enquiry with sensitivity and respect.
  • You don’t have to tell us when you decide to give a gift in your Will, but we’d love to hear from you if you want to let us know about it.

If you have already made a Will and wish to amend it to include a gift to Prior's Court without drawing a new Will, you can complete a codicil form and hand it to your solicitor. Please download a codicil form here.

Donations in Memory

If you are collecting gifts in memory of a loved one and would like information, please call 01635 245918 or email [email protected].

If you would like to set up a fundraising page to raise money in memory of a loved one, you can do this without leaving our website here.

If you would like donations to be made to Prior’s Court in lieu of flowers at your funeral, stating this in your Will lets the executors know of your wish.

Thank you