Write your Will for free with The Salvation Army
Making a Will is important. It means you can be certain that your wishes will be met and that everything will go to the people and causes you care about.
Writing a Will makes it easier for the people you leave behind – you’ll be continuing to look after your loved ones by letting them know your wishes. Otherwise, your estate may not go to the people or causes you intended.
If you take advantage of our free Will offer, there is no obligation to remember The Salvation Army in your Will. Nevertheless we hope you'll consider the huge difference a gift to us in your Will can make, to our vital work providing care, compassion, and practical support to the people that need us most.
The Salvation Army relies heavily on legacies to fund much of our work and without them we simply could not continue to support people in need.
The Salvation Army has teamed up with Bequeathed, and Will writing has never been easier. You can now write your Will for free online in your own time, from the comfort of your own home. Whether you just need to write a simple Will, or you have some questions that you need answers to, Bequeathed will connect you with a trusted solicitor to help address any issues.
All you will need to do is:
- Draft your Will online
- Once complete, make a free appointment with an accredited legal firm by phone or videocall, at home or in their office for up to 30 minutes to make sure that your Will fulfils your wishes
- Your Will be sent to you for signing and witnessing
To arrange a referral please complete the form below:
If you have any queries about amending or making a will to include The Salvation Army, please contact our Legacy Team on 0800 144 4774. You may also email us at email@example.com
Leaving a gift in your Will means your compassion lives on. Your support will change lives.
Learn how leaving a gift in your Will can help us transform lives all over the UK.
Your kindness can help us help others. Download or request a copy of our simple, free guide to writing your Will.
Read our FAQs to learn all you need to know about leaving a gift in your Will.