Leave a gift in your Will
Giving the gift of a lifetime. A gift in your Will will help us save lives and help us be there for families in their greatest hour of need.
One in seven of our missions is funded by gifts in Wills.
We know that when you are making your Will your loved ones will come first. But we hope, once you have taken care of your family and friends, that you will consider including a gift in your Will to your local air ambulance.
A gift in your Will will help us save lives – it will help us be there for families in their greatest hour of need. It will give people futures that they might otherwise have had snatched from them. What a legacy…
Should you choose to include a gift to us in your Will, we will always respect your privacy and handle your estate and wishes with care. We will ensure your donation will be used for the greatest impact and we can also offer you a choice of how and where your gift is used.
If you would like to talk to someone about this way of giving then please call Chloe Bass on 03003 045 999, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our team will be in touch.
Make a Will Week 15th - 19th June '20Make a Will Week
Get involved with our Make A Will Week, where you can choose to create or update your Will with one of our recommended solicitors for a donation to our charity.
Writing Your Will
A professionally written Will, and keeping it up to date, is the only way to make sure your wishes will be carried out when you’re no longer around. We would recommend that you talk to a solicitor (you can find one by visiting the Remember A Charity website) and decide who would like to benefit, including the causes that you support, before your appointment to draft your Will.
Information for Executors
We appreciate the complexity and time needed to complete the administration of an estate, and are grateful for all the work carried out by executors, to realise gifts to our charity. If you need any assistance during the process, please contact Legacy Manager, Chloe Bass on 03003 045 999 or via email.