Donation's

We appreciate any donations our supporters show us, but we understand sometimes circumstances change and there fore you are unable to always make donations, or make donations to everyone.

However if you do find yourself able to make a donation, please make it to us. Fibromyalgia Research UK, do not get any Government funding and we support our members with food, nappies, electric and so on should they need it.

we have been providing financial support for our members for over 3 years, completely reliant on member donations.

we also fund clinical trails at hospitals and help universities research Fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia research UK can not continue to do this with out the kindness of other and the continued donations.

We want to give everyone diagnosed with Fibromyalgia a brighter future, to do so it is essential to invest in research and find drugs that work well without lots of side-effects, then the next phase will be to make the medication treatment less burdensome for you – and your family. With your support, scientists can develop new treatments that are less harmful to the people they are meant to help. A gift in your Will can help achieve this. We are a small charity with few overheads, so you can be assured that a gift in your Will be invested wisely to help the 45,000 people and young people diagnosed with fibromyalgia every year in the UK.

About Gifts in Wills

A Will is a legal document that includes instructions on what you would like to happen to your assets, and can also include funeral plans and other important instructions. There are three types of gifts that you can leave in your Will:

  • Residuary legacy – a percentage of your estate after debts and other gifts

  • Pecuniary legacy – a fixed amount of money

  • Specific legacy – a specific item like a personal possession

If you do not make a Will, the State will decide how best to divide up your assets. By making a Will, you can leave your possessions to the people and causes that you care about most.

Making a Will for the FIRST time or ADDING to your WILL

  • Make a list of everything that you own, including property, bank accounts, shares and possessions and so on.

  • Make a list of any debts, including outstanding mortgage payments, overdrafts and loans.

  • Choose the appropriate people to act as your executor/s, who will carry out the instructions in your Will.

  • Make a list of the loved ones and organisations that you would like to remember in your Will, and what you would like to leave to each of them.

  • Consider any other details that you might like to include, such as naming a guardian for any young children, funeral instructions and care of dependent relatives and/or pets.

  • Select a Wills and Probate solicitor via The Law Society in England and Wales (lawsociety.org.uk) or The Law Society of Scotland (lawscot.org.uk). Or contact us about The National Free Wills Network to potentially have your Will written or amended for free

  • If you would like to ADD Fibromyalgia Research uk to you will, ask for details, please add 

  • Fibromyalgia Research UK, Director Zoe Hill, fibro@mail.uk

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Every effort has been made to make this web page as accurate as possible. This information is not intended for self-diagnosis, treatment, or the justification for accepting or declining any medical treatment for any health problems or diseases. Any application of the information presented in these web pages is at the reader's own discretion. Therefore, any individual who has a specific health problem should consult his or her health care provider . No-one associated with the Fibromyalgia Research UK Charity can be held liable for any use or misuse relating to the information provided. This information is provided to the general public and it is the sole responsibility of persons using this information to consult with his or her health care provider. The information contained on this web site is not intended, and should not be construed, as professional medical advice or recommendations. No information provided should be construed as the practice of medicine or an offer of medical advice.

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