Donate To SYCS


Donate To SYCS

Without the generous support our local community, our work would not continue.

Did you know all money raised goes straight to the charity for the running of services and support of the charity!

You can donate to Sue Young Cancer Support a number of different ways, follow the links below, or by sending the charity a cheque paid payable to Sue Young Cancer Support and posting to:

Helen Webb House, 35 Westleigh Road, Leicester, LE3 0HH

donate service:

Text / SMS donations

To donate £1, text SYCS to 70201
To donate £3, text SYCS to 70331
To donate £5, text SYCS to 70970
To donate £10, text SYCS to 70191

We are also able to claim gift aid for all money donated as long as you are a UK tax payer. Please ask for a gift aid form when donating, as we can claim 25p for every £1 donated.

I would like to make a regular donation and become a Friend of Sue Young cancer Support (LINKS Adding the link below in )

I would like to donate to Sue Young cancer Support whilst also being in with a chance of winning £250,000 every week by playing the different community Lotteries (links to different community lotteries)

Direct Debit

You can set a direct debit up with your own bank by using the charities direct debit form which is available from reception.

Become a Friend of Sue Young Cancer Support

​Why no become a Friend of Sue Young Cancer Support by setting up a monthly standing order. You can pick up a form at Reception at Helen Webb House, or set it up online by clicking on the link below

Other ways to support the charity

Other way you can support SYCS by shopping online using these different platforms below at no cost to yourself, Sue Young Cancer Support is a charity that relies on different ways of donations to continue to provide and maintain the worthwhile services if offers to the communities of Leicestershire and Rutland.

Leaving a legacy to Sue Young Cancer Support

Useful information about making your Will or updating a Will you already have.

Why everyone needs a valid Will

Your Will is a unique opportunity to provide for the ones you love and care about. Without a Will, the law will determine how your estate is distributed. A properly drafted and valid Will means that people and the charitable causes you care about will benefit.


If you already have a Will

Remember to review it regularly to make sure those left behind will know your current wishes. This information will help you decide if you need to make changes and explain how you can do so.

If you don’t already have a Will

You would be well advised to have one drawn up, it is best to have a Will drawn up professionally by a solicitor or Will writing service which is not that expensive. Sue Young Cancer Support works together with local professionals who can help.

Changing and updating your Will

Most people find their circumstances change as time goes by and some of the provisions in their Will become irrelevant or inappropriate. New children or grandchildren, nephews or nieces may be born, older relatives may pass or changes within the family might affect the way in which you wish your estate to be distributed.

Equally, of course there may be significant changes in your own property or wealth, which could alter your intentions. In addition, certain events, such as getting divorced may make your Will, or certain provisions of your Will, invalid, so you should make a new one. By reviewing your Will every few years, you can make sure that it remains up to date and clearly expresses your wishes. If you wish to make changes to your Will, there are two ways of doing this. To make significant and wide ranging alterations, it is usually best to make a new Will to replace the old one. However, lesser changes can be made using a Codicil -a separate legal document which is kept with your Will.


Including Sue Young Cancer Support in your Will

By leaving a legacy to Sue Young Cancer Support you will be helping ensure that local people affected by cancer receive support when they need it most for further generations.

There are four ways of leaving a legacy:

A Pecuniary Bequest

A type of gift is a fixed amount of money. Please note that the value of pecuniary bequest will decrease in the time as the cost of living increases. If you wish to leave a pecuniary bequest to help our work, ask your solicitor/Will writer to use the following wording:

I give the following pecuniary bequest absolutely free of all taxes to Sue Young Cancer Support, Helen Webb House, 35 Westleigh Road, Leicester, LE3 0HH.

Registered Charity Number 1124057

The sum of £……… (Figures and words) for its general purpose.


A Specific Bequest

A specific bequest is when you make a gift of a particular item of property, shares, jewellery or furniture/ it must be clearly identified in your Will as below:

I give Sue Young Cancer Support, Helen Webb House, 35 Westleigh Road, Leicester, LE3 0HH (registered Charity Number 1124057) my………. (Description) for general purpose.


A Residuary Bequest

This is a gift made from remainder of your estate once any pecuniary and specific bequests have been made, and after any depts., liabilities and tax have been can be ente4red in your Will:

I give Sue Young Cancer Support, Helen Webb House, 35 Westleigh Road, Leicester, LE3 0HH (Registered Charity Number 1124057) all (or a share) of the residue of my estate for its general purpose.


A Contingent Bequest

This gift in your Will that depends on the occurrence of an event which may or may not happen. An example is a bequest to charity which applies only if other beneficiaries names in the Will die before the Testator (person who makes the Will). Your solicitor will be able to advice you on the correct wording.

A properly drafted Will, validly executed, may assist in reducing your tax liability on death, if it records a legacy left to a registered charity. That means you can do more for the causes you believe in and lose less to the taxman!


 How your Will can continue your support for causes you care about

A legacy to charity in your Will is a lasting memorial to your generosity and concern for others. Many charities, including Sue Young Cancer Support, reply on legacy donations to fund their continuing work. Thanks to the kindness and concern of our supporters over the years, Sue Young Cancer Support is able to provide a range of practical and emotional support anyone affected by a cancer diagnosis in Leicestershire and Rutland. By leaving a legacy to Sue Young Cancer Support you can continue to play your part in this important work, just as you do through your donations.

You can make a difference as well as a Will.

Of course, your pledge is not binding in any way, it’s simply a statement of your current intentions. If you make a Will mentioning Sue Young Cancer Support, please let us know. Then we can make sure that you continue to receive regular updates on the charity via email.

If you have any questions about including a legacy to Sue young cancer Support in your Will, we will be happy to answer them for you.

Sue Young Cancer Support accepts no responsibility or liability that may arise as a result of loss caused by reliance on the information supplied. The information is provided for general purpose only and is not intended to be a statement of the law. It should not be relied upon as such and specific legal or taxation advice should always be sought before drawing up and executing a Will.