Helping more people to make a Will For Good

Bequeathed partner with 200 charities across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, to help their supporters make a Will For Good.

Every Will includes free legal advice. Users can get started straight away by completing our accessible online interview, before making an appointment with Bequeathed’s in-house legal team or one of our partner firms.

In the legal appointment, a professional will discuss their wishes and needs to ensure the Will they receive is right for their circumstances, and can be relied upon by their beneficiaries – including any charities they’ve chosen to support.

It’s good for friends. Good for family. And good for UK charities.

Everyone making their Will For Good is prompted to remember the causes they’re passionate about, in both the online interview and in the legal appointment with an advisor. All of our partner firms are asked to become Remember A Charity Campaign Supporters, so they receive training on having these conversations and information on the amazing impact gifts in Wills can have.

Our partnership with Remember A Charity is based on our shared desire to make legacy giving the norm, and to help charity supporters to get expert legal advice when making their Will – giving them peace of mind that the people and causes they care about will be looked after as they intend.

Good legal advice for every user is at the heart of everything Bequeathed do. We believe it’s vital.

We’re working in partnership with good Solicitors and Will writers, like Remember A Charity's Campaign Supporters, to help more people make the best Will for them and support UK charities at the same time.

“I worked in legacy fundraising for many years, so I know what an important role Remember A Charity play in encouraging Will-writing professionals to talk to their clients about gifts in Wills. We’re proud to be working alongside Remember A Charity to support that aim. Our service makes in easier for Solicitors and Will writers to include the legacy ask at the same time as providing affordable legal advice, which in turn benefits charities and their supporters.”  

Emma Rylance, Director of Charity Partnerships