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Leave a Legacy

It’s a common myth that only the rich and famous leave money to a charity when they die.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  The reality is that without gifts in wills from people like you, FNF may find it difficult to continue the work we do for the next generation; maybe for your grandchildren.

74% of the UK population support charities and when asked, 35% say they would happily leave a gift in their will, once family and friends have been catered for.

The trouble is:  only 7% actually do so.

We all put off making our Will; no one likes to think of what happens when they die; but don’t forget that should you die intestate (without a will) however, intestacy law will apply, taking the matter out of the hands of your family.

Making a will is the only way to be certain that your money and property will go to those you want it to go to, and the causes you want to support, in the amounts you want it to be given.

If you feel that Families Need Fathers has helped you; help ensure that our work lives on.

Leaving a legacy to FNF is:

•    Easy - the legacy can simply be included as a regular part of a will
•    Affordable – advice on drafting your own will is widely available, and solicitors’ fees for professional will drafting can be very reasonable

Any amount, however much pledged, is an act of thoughtful generosity, helping to contribute to a cause you are passionate about, and will be a great help in working to bring about a better, fairer world for future generations.

See A Guide to leaving a Legacy to FNF in your Will.

Useful links:

Making a will

Citizens Advice

Money Advice Service

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