Against Breast Cancer

Seeking a vaccine against breast cancer

Registered Charity Number: 1121258
Abingdon, Oxfordshire

A gift in your Will can be a life-changing legacy

We are dependent on legacies to fund a major part of our research to increase survival rates. So please consider leaving Against Breast Cancer a gift in your Will because what costs you little now may be of lasting value to women diagnosed with breast cancer. Having a valid up-to-date Will is, of course, the best way for you to ensure that your loved ones will be looked after in the way you want.

When your solicitor draws up your Will it's simple to include a gift for Against Breast Cancer. And, if you've already made your Will and have now kindly decided to include a legacy for our work, your solicitor can easily replace or amend your existing Will.

What type of legacy most benefits Against Breast Cancer?

This is a residuary gift of all or part of the balance of your estate, after other specific bequests to family and friends and after all your liabilities have been settled - and it's inflation proof. Otherwise you may wish to leave us specific items, or a certain sum of money (a pecuniary gift).

Help us prepare for the future

If you have already left a gift to Against Breast Cancer in your Will, thank you. If you would like us to know, please email us, or call on 01235 534211. It will help us to plan our research projects and keep you updated about the difference your support can make.


Contact Us

Carol Robinson (Legacy Officer)
Leathem House, 13 Napier Court
Barton Lane
OX14 3YT

Phone: 01235 534211


Make a Pledge

Gifts left in wills are really important to Against Breast Cancer. However even if you haven't made a will, making a pledge to do so in the future would really help us to find out about your future intentions.

Pledges are not legally binding so by filling out this form you are not committing yourself! You are simply allowing Against Breast Cancer to confidently estimate future support for their cause.

Download Pledge Form

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