Leaving a gift in your will
Leaving a gift in your will is one of the most effective things you can do to help women and children trapped in abusive relationships.
Domestic abuse affects million of women, with one in seven children witnessing domestic abuse during their childhood. The scale of the problem is undeniable but we’re committed to creating a better world, a world where domestic abuse doesn’t exist.
Here’s what your gift could help us do
No matter the size, your gift will be used to transform lives, strengthen life-saving services, and protect the rights and safety of survivors of abuse in the years ahead.
Force through new laws
Your gift could help us protect survivor’s rights and campaign to bring about the change we need to end abuse. We successfully fought to make coercive and controlling behaviour illegal – our campaigning works.
Make sure no one faces abuse alone
Our support services are life saving and help thousands of women every year to escape abuse. But we need long term funding to be able to deliver them. We couldn’t keep them open without your generous support.
Change attitudes and end abuse
We work with the police, the government, schools and communities to provide them with expert training that challenges myths and misconceptions about abuse and helps people respond effectively to support survivors.
We need to end abuse now
Millions of women are trapped in abusive relationships. Scared and frightened, they know leaving can be dangerous.
No one should face domestic abuse alone. We’re here so they don’t have to.
With a gift in your will, you could help women like Dawn, Mandy and Sharon to escape domestic abuse and find freedom and safety.
One day, your gift could help us end domestic abuse for good.
If you are interested in leaving a gift to Women’s Aid in your will, please contact us. We can provide you with a pack which 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.