Gift in your will
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals both owe their existence to generous donors. Our very first benefactor was Edward VI who re-established St Thomas’ Hospital in 1553 after its closure. And in 1721, bible seller and MP Thomas Guy left a third of his will to build the hospital that took his name.
Since then, donors have left gifts in their wills so that both hospitals can continue to save lives.
Please help us deliver the best healthcare in the years to come.
Leaving a gift in your will to Guy’s and St Thomas’ costs you absolutely nothing now, and is a wonderful way to give something back, perhaps to acknowledge the treatment and care that you or a loved one received.
All gifts, no matter the size, make a real difference in helping us provide the best possible care. Even leaving a small percentage of your estate, after you have provided for friends and family, can have a lasting impact on the future of care at Guy’s and St Thomas’.
Find out about the different types of gift you can leave us.