Gifts in Wills
We are being approached by an increasing number of people seeking guidance on how to put their affairs in order, so we wanted to take the opportunity to let you know we're here to help if you have any questions or need any assistance.
The Legacy team, led by Jackie Birch is available by telephone and can help to allay any concerns and provide any information you need. You can call us on 020 7367 4800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
From homeless people on our streets to those struggling with the effects of broken relationships, and lonely people living without hope – there’s a deep and desperate need for our help.
Why we need your support
The Salvation Army is able to be there, right where we’re needed, to help people out of the difficult situations they find themselves in. By showing practical love to the people who need it most we can give them purpose and help them to live again. And it’s our supporters who make this work possible.
By leaving a gift in your Will to The Salvation Army, your compassion and kindness will live on. It will stretch further and reach more people - you’ll help our officers, staff and volunteers give thousands the support they’re crying out for.
A gift in your Will to The Salvation Army is very much the gift of a new life for so many.
With a gift in your Will, The Salvation Army will be able to continue showing God’s unconditional love to the people who need it most.
Our legacy team are available to answer any questions you may have or to discuss the huge difference your gift could make in our work and in the lives of many vulnerable people.
Please fill in the enquiry form to receive our Free Will guide.
For more information about how we look after your details, please read The Salvation Army privacy statement.
Learn how leaving a gift in your Will can help us transform lives all over the UK.
Leaving a gift in your Will means your compassion lives on. Your support will change lives.
Your kindness can help us help others. Download or request a copy of our simple, free guide to writing your Will.
Administering the estate of a loved one can be difficult, but we're here to help.
Take part in Free Wills Month and you can have your Will written at no cost in selected locations across England and Wales.
Read our FAQs to learn all you need to know about leaving a gift in your Will.