Thank you to everyone who's thought of us in their Will
Thanks to the generosity of people who’ve left a gift in their Will, we’re already finding new ways to create sustainable cities, care for crops and defeat diseases.
- Noreen Murray was an academic whose zeal for science led her to donate to Warwick. Thanks to Noreen’s funding, early career researcher Matt Gibson found a way to freeze and store blood for medical purposes which will completely revolutionise treatment across the globe.
- Elizabeth Creak lived five minutes away from the University’s crop centre in Wellesbourne and left funds in her Will to her Trust, the Elizabeth Creak Charitable Trust. Thanks to the Trust, we’ve started new research into crops and food security which will change the way we store and produce food.
- Donald Bates was a Warwick Business School graduate who loved helping others. After being supported by grants during his studies, he wanted to help future students too. His gift to the Student Hardship Fund has helped many scholars to complete their studies and get started in life.
Their beliefs will live on with Warwick. So can yours.
Writing a Will is one of the most important things you can do.
After taking care of family and friends, would you consider leaving a gift in your Will to Warwick?
Find out more
If you are considering leaving a legacy to Warwick, why not read our information guide?
You could offer a lifeline to future dreamers, inventors and visionaries with a scholarship. You could help those battling cancer or Alzheimer’s. You could help eradicate poverty. And on a purely practical level, as an exempt charity, a gift to Warwick reduce the inheritance tax liability on your estate too.
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