Your Will matters
The choices you make now will be so important in future years. While you’ll want to take care of family and friends first, many people choose to make a charitable bequest in their Will. So please consider remembering Independent Age in your Will.
We don’t receive any government funding, so we are very grateful to supporters for leaving a gift in their Will. In fact, donations in Wills pay for a third of everything we do for older people, such as provide advice, information and friendship services.
Would you like to know more?
You can request a free booklet, which is full of useful information to help you make those all-important decisions about your Will. Inside, you can find out:
- How leaving money to a charity like Independent Age could be used to bring joy and hope to older people.
- The importance of having an up-to-date Will for you and your loved ones.
- Simple steps to take before making your Will.
- The types of charitable bequests you can leave, legal wording and more.
If you’d like to receive a copy of our gifts in Wills guide through the post please contact us on 020 7605 4223 or email email@example.com.
More ways we can help
You can make your Will online in four easy steps, with online support from Farewill’s specialists. Get your free Will here using code IA-Legacy.
We’re also part of The National Free Wills Network, which means you can have a simple Will written for free by a participating local solicitor. Get more details here or call us on 020 7605 4223.
Of course, leaving a gift in your Will to Independent Age isn’t an obligation. But if you’d like to help more older people live a full, rewarding life on their terms, we hope you can support us in this special way.