A gift in your Will could change the world | ActionAid UK

A gift in your Will could change the world

By remembering ActionAid in your Will, you can help make the world a fairer place for its poorest people. Gifts in Wills help to fund some of our most important projects – from enabling communities to build schools, to putting pressure on governments to ensure all children can go to school free of charge.

Full details are in our Leaving a gift in your Will booklet, and if you have any questions please get in touch with our Supporter Contact team on 01460 238000 or supportercontact@actionaid.org.

Read our legacy booklet

Already leaving a gift to ActionAid?

If you have already included a gift to ActionAid in your Will, please let us know. We appreciate this is a personal decision (letting us know is not legally binding in any way), but the more people who share this information with us, the more sense we have of our income over the decades ahead. Most importantly, it allows us to give you our thanks!

Fill in our online pledge form

“Each person who remembers ActionAid in their will is in fact remembering the world’s poorest people.”

Girish Menon
CEO, ActionAid UK

Have your Will drawn up from home, or over the phone

ActionAid is an official charity partner of The Goodwill Partnership, the largest distributor of home-visit, solicitor-provided Wills in England and Wales.

If you would like to have your Will drawn up from the comfort of your own home or over the phone, appointments can take place at a time that is convenient for you, including during evenings and weekends. All Wills are then checked by a panel firm of solicitors, who can also provide legal advice and storage of your signed Will.

ActionAid supporters can access The Goodwill Partnership’s service at a discounted rate with no obligation to leave a gift to charity in your Will.

Find out more or book an appointment on The Goodwill Partnership’s website.

Visit The Goodwill Partnership’s website

The story of Mrs Harben’s legacy

Watch our short video of how Mrs.Harben’s legacy has tranformed the lives of children living in Nepal.

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