Leaving a legacy
By leaving a gift in your will to Women’s Aid you can leave a lasting legacy of hope to women and children experiencing domestic abuse.
For over 40 years we have been working to build a world where violence against women and children is no longer tolerated so that all can live a life free from abuse.
Change rarely happens overnight, but by leaving a gift in your will to Women’s Aid you can play a crucial role in creating a safer future.
Legacies are special gifts, entrusted to us by those who share our values and vision. Legacy gifts are critical to the future of our work and the future of women and children across the country.
No matter what size, your gift will be used to transform lives, strengthen life-saving services, and protect the rights and safety of survivors in the years ahead.
We have over 40 years’ experience
Growing from groups rooted in local communities, today we are a national federation of over 220 life-saving organisations.
We have the trust of survivors.
We listen to survivors, making sure they are believed, know that the abuse is not their fault, and that their experiences are understood. Our needs-led approach, focuses on supporting survivors at every step to feel safer and able to rebuild their lives.
We have respect within the sector
We work with a variety of organisations and institutions including the police, the government, schools and local domestic abuse services and provide expert training, qualifications and consultancy to a range of agencies and professionals.
If you are interested in leaving a gift to Women’s Aid in your will, please contact Lily by email: [email protected] or on 0117 983 7133 for more information or to request a legacy pack.
A legacy pack can be emailed or sent out in the post and includes information on:
- Different types of legacies
- A codicil form – this is a supplement modifying or revoking some provision of a will
- How to leave a legacy
- Our promise to you
- Legal wording
- Frequently asked questions about making a will
Thank you for considering leaving us a gift in your will. Together we can build a future where all can live free from fear of abuse.