Will you leave a gift in your Will for NICE?

Leaving a gift in your Will means that no matter what the future holds, we can be there for disabled people and their families, when they need us most.

There are over 11 million children and adults with disability in the UK. And every year, around 400 families come to NICE in need of support. That’s why it’s so important that we are here to help on their journey, no matter the diagnosis.

Since 1987, we have supported over 9,000 families through Conductive Education, providing them with strategies to develop their movements and nurture their capabilities.

We believe that every person with a movement disorder has both the potential and the right to specialised services which recognise their needs, desires, and wishes.

Once you have looked after your loved ones in your Will, perhaps you would like to consider leaving a gift to NICE. All gifts left to the charity, no matter the size, will make a huge difference.

“Life with a disabled child can be isolating, overwhelming and frightening. But my child is full of joy she takes on the challenge’s life has thrown at her with a love of life, and thanks to NICE she is gaining the skills to live it to her full potential.”

“NICE have helped us keep the Mum I’ve always had and the Grandmother I’d always hoped she would get to be.”

Including NICE in your Will

To leave a gift in your Will to us, you will need our address and charity number.

  • Address: NICE – Centre for Movement Disorders, Cannon Hill House, Russell Road, Moseley, Birmingham, West Midlands B13 8RD
  • Charity registration number: 295873

You can easily write your Will at home, online or with a local solicitor. If you don’t have a solicitor, we are happy to recommend a few local solicitor companies that could help you in writing your Will.

We have also partnered with an online Will writing service – kwil, and you have the opportunity to write your Will for free using the code NICEFREE.

Updating your will

If you already have a Will and would like to add a gift to NICE, you need to speak with your Will writer or solicitor to make sure this is done correctly.