Leave a gift in your Will

Create tomorrow's communities that care, today. Help people live later life well with a gift in your Will to MHA.

Help people live later life well for generations to come

Gifts in Wills play a crucial role in ensuring that future generations of older people can thrive. By leaving a gift in your Will to MHA, you'll be making sure that people in later life are not isolated or lonely, or without the dignity, care and support they deserve.

The impact of your gift


Social groups & activities

A gift in your Will can support older people to live independently and socially in their own home and community. We offer them fun and useful activities, practical help, and friendship.


Life-enhancing services

Your gift could fund facilities and experiences that enhance the quality of life of our care home residents, such as a summer house, our green care initiatives such as a sensory garden, day trips and exercise equipment.


Spiritual care

Our chaplains nurture the mind, body and spirit of those we care for, and their families, regardless of religion. A gift in your Will helps them offer personal, comforting, and attentive support.


Dementia care

Your gift could support people living with dementia through music therapy, interactive pets, magic tables, and tiny tablets - helping them to connect, be calm, and engage their mind.

Leave a lasting legacy

How can I include a gift in my Will?

Our free Wills guide will give you all the help you need to include a gift in your Will.

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Can I get help writing a Will?

We've partnered with Bequeathed to offer you the chance to have your Will written at no cost to you. The team at Bequeathed are happy to help you every step of the way. 

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

It’s simple to leave a gift in your Will to MHA, all you require is our head office address (Methodist Homes [MHA], Epworth House, Stuart Street, Derby, DE1 2EQ) and our registered charity number (1083995).

Your solicitor or advisor will be able to help with any further specific wordings or restrictions e.g. for a specific care home, retirement living or MHA Communities scheme.

For more information, please download our free Wills guide.