Support Us Ways to give Leave a legacy The last couple of years have prompted many of us to reflect on the things that matter the most – family, friends and the causes close to your heart. We have also been reminded of the value of planning for the future, to help look after the things we care about most. Gifts in Wills mean that for the encephalitis community, there is a lifeline, a hand to hold and an ear to listen. After taking care of your family and friends, even a small amount can make a huge impact to our life-saving work today, tomorrow and long into the future. Leave a Legacy An Encephalegacy is a life-changing gift in your Will which will help build a better world for the 500,000 people affected by encephalitis each year. Through an Encephalegacy, you can help enable the Encephalitis Society to pioneer new world-class research and continue providing vital support to those affected by brain inflammation. Together, we will be able to accelerate our understanding of this devastating condition and help build a brighter future for people with encephalitis. DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE LEGACY GUIDE If the time is ever right for you to remember a charity in your Will, please consider leaving a gift to the Encephalitis Society. To include the Encephalitis Society in your Will, simply give your solicitor or Will writer the following details: Charity name: Encephalitis Society Charity address: 32 Castlegate, Malton, North Yorkshire. YO17 7DT Charity Number: England & Wales 1087843, Scotland SC048210 Did you know that you can write your Will for free through the Encephalitis Society? Online: Visit our dedicated page to get started straight away from the comfort of your home By Phone: Our friends at Moore Barlow will make your free Will by telephone. You will need a voucher to do this, so please call us on +44(0)1653 692583 or email us for details We can also accept legacy donations from our friends in the USA through our dedicated fund. More details are here. If you have any questions, please contact the fundraising team, via [email protected] or through 01653 692583.