Registered Charity No: 280093 (England & Wales).

For local charities, legacies left in wills are a vital lifeline, enabling them to continue their work in the communities they serve.

That’s never more true than for a charity such as Prospect Hospice in Wiltshire. Prospect Hospice was founded in 1980, and has grown over the years to meet the increasing need for its dedicated end-of-life care services.

Prospect Hospices services are focused on its vision of excellence and choice in end-of-life care for everyone. Its care includes the provision of in-patient care in a fifteen-bed unit at the hospice in Wroughton, teams of nurses supporting patients from the early stages of their illness, through to the very end of their lives, and a service that supports the care provided by nursing staff at the local acute hospital in Swindon.

Prospect Hospice aims to be the charity of choice for the community it serves, and it seeks the support of people to take part in a range of fundraising activities, take part in its weekly lottery and to visit and donate to the 18 shops it runs.

Yet legacies made in wills by people keen to see the continuation of the work of their local hospice is a welcome gift indeed, and enable Prospect Hospice to offer the best available care to people like the 2,000 people who benefited from its services last year.

If you or any of your clients would like to know more about leaving gifts in a will to Prospect Hospice, please contact the Fundraising Team on 01793 816190, or email