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Legacy giving


By leaving us a gift in your will, you are supporting our students, our research and our future. We’re here to listen to your wishes and intentions, so you know you’ll make a lasting impact on the causes you care about the most.

As part of our alumni community, you’ve benefitted from the generosity of previous generations. Whether it’s use of our incredible buildings, improvements to our facilities or by receiving a scholarship or research grant.

Your gift will support the next generation, providing incredible opportunities for students following in your path and keeping King’s at the forefront of life-saving research and ground-breaking discovery.

Every gift, whatever its size, makes an impact and helps support our vision to make the world a better place.

We’ll always respect your wishes – and it’s up to you if you would prefer to remain anonymous.

If you would like to find out more, please contact Julia Brown, Head of Legacy & In-Memory Giving on 020 7848 2635 or

A legacy gift has the power to forge new pathways and impact on the future, while honouring a life’s work. Legacies have the power to bring like-minded people together through time. Legacy donors can help shape the future of research, while supporting early-career researchers.

We’ve created a detailed guide about how a gift in your will can help fund the future of King’s. It includes information about the different ways you can choose to give and how your donation will help to shape our future and support our students.

Request your guide today.

You can write your will online or over the phone with professional support from Farewill, the largest will writer in the UK. This service is only available to you if you’re part of our alumni community in England and Wales.

Write your will with Farewill

If you want to make a donation to remember a friend or loved one, please contact and our team will be happy to explain how you can do this.

Give in someone's memory

Our team are here to discuss your legacy wishes and intentions. Letting us know your thoughts around your will allow our staff to clearly understand your wishes and make sure they can be met.

We can answer broad questions you might have about legacy giving. However, we suggest you speak to your solicitor for formal legal or financial advice on will making or estate planning.

For more information, please contact Julia Brown, Head of Legacy & In-Memory Giving on 020 7848 2635 or

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