Leaving a gift in your will – no matter how large or how small – is a generous way to show your appreciation of the work that we do and to make a difference to schools and community groups
Leaving a legacy to Hand on Heart won’t cost you a penny during your lifetime, but it will be a powerful way to be remembered by others in the future.
We would always recommend that you consult a solicitor or legal advisor when making a will. You can find an official directory of solicitors at www.lawsociety.org.uk.
We know that taking care of family, friends and pets is your first priority; we wouldn’t have it any other way.
Once you have provided for them, however, leaving a gift to Hand on Heart couldn’t be simpler. If you haven’t made a Will it can be done when you see your solicitor. If you already have a Will, then all you have to do is make an amendment known as a codicil. Speak to your solicitor and they can help with this.
A gift, however big or small, will make a difference.
There are different kinds of gifts you can leave to Hand on Heart:
After making provision for your family and friends, you could choose to leave a portion of your estate to Hand on Heart.
A cash donation is always very welcome, and to ensure its value doesn’t decrease over time you can either index link your gift or review it periodically.
Leaving us property, shares, home contents, jewellery, furniture or any item your family does not need in your will is especially welcome.
To leave a gift to Hand on Heart in your Will, you could use the wording below, but always make sure that you ask for your solicitor’s advice.
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