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In 1833 Sir John Soane negotiated an Act of Parliament to preserve his house and collection, leaving the Museum open and free for the nation. On his death four years later, a board of Trustees took on the responsibility of upholding Soane’s wishes, and we continue to do this today. Sir John Soane’s Museum is a registered charity (no. 313609) and we rely on the generosity of our supporters to ensure that Soane’s house and collection remain free for everyone.
The support from a gift in your Will, however large or small, will help us to:
We appreciate and respect that your family and loved ones come first. We understand that leaving a gift in your Will is a personal matter and your decision to make in your own time. We are on hand to respond to any queries you may have and of course you can change your mind about leaving a gift at any time.
We appreciate that your privacy should be upheld. If you have decided to remember the Soane in your Will, it would be wonderful to know and we will keep any details that you share with us confidential.
We will ensure that your gift achieves the greatest possible impact. The donation will be handled sensitively and respectfully and unless directed otherwise we will always seek to acknowledge your gift appropriately and keep your family updated with how your gift has made a difference.
We have compiled information which answers some of our most frequently asked questions about making a legacy gift in support of Sir John Soane’s Museum into a downloadable document. Please see the downloads section below.
If you would like to speak with us about how leaving a gift in your Will would benefit the Soane, or if you are a solicitor or are the executor of a Will, please contact Mariana Contreras, Development Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0) 20 7440 4243 to discuss ways to support.