Will you leave a gift to the Anaphylaxis Campaign in your Will?
By making a Will you have the peace of mind of knowing that your affairs are in order. You will also know what will happen to all your money and valued possessions.
Making a Will not only means that you can look after the future of those you love but you also have the opportunity to remember an organisation or charity and help others in need, and it can be a nice way to let your legacy live on.
There are three types of legacies:
- a residuary bequest (meaning that once family and friends have been provided for, the remainder or a proportion of your estate is pledged to charity)
- a pecuniary bequest (meaning that you pledge a specific sum of money to charity)
- a specific bequest (meaning that you pledge a gift of a particular item, not money)
If you already have a will and would like to add Anaphylaxis Campaign as a beneficiary, you may use this codicil form which can be easily completed by you, and will need to be signed by your solicitor. We also have a Will Writing Guide available.
If you choose to make a donation to Anaphylaxis Campaign via your will, you may wish to notify us of this via our legacy form