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Making a will is your opportunity to ensure your precise wishes are carried out after your death. We would be very grateful if you would consider remembering British Wireless in your will.

As well as making sure your loved ones are looked after, it can also be a way to honour a charity which is close to your heart.

Most of British Wireless’s fundraising income is from legacies, and we wouldn’t be able to provide the service we do without such generosity. 

Remembering British Wireless in your will is an amazing way to support our work and will help ensure we are able to continue making a difference to those with sight loss.

When you’re making your will, we would be grateful if you would consider leaving a lasting legacy to British Wireless.

You can choose to donate either a specific amount or to leave a percentage of your estate once your family and friends have been taken care of.

While it's not a legal requirement to make a will, it is the only way you can guarantee your wishes will be carried out.

If you are going to get a will drafted, we would recommend you contact a solicitor.

However it will help you to work out what you own and what you owe, so you know how much your estate is worth.

If you do decide to leave us a gift, thank you. Your legacy will help us continue to support blind and partially sighted people.

When you speak to your solicitor, you will need to know our charity number which is 1078287 and our registered address which is 10 Albion Place, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 5DZ.

For more information about leaving us a gift in your will, phone 01622 754757.


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