Leave a gift in your Will

We are leaving a gift in our Will to YoungDementia UK because after leaving a substantial sum for our family, we feel the rest should go to a cause close to our hearts.  We want our money to go to improving the quality of life for both people living with dementia and those caring for people living with dementia, especially when it strikes at such a young age. 

- David and Mandy Nixon

Leaving a gift in your Will to YoungDementia UK is an opportunity to pass on something wonderful – a future of support and advice for those affected by young onset dementia to enable their best possible quality of life. 

Why make a Will?

Making a Will is one of the most important things each of us will ever do.  Your Will is your chance to take care of everything that’s important to you, starting with your family and friends. A Will can also help reduce the amount of inheritance tax that needs to be paid on your estate. 

Many people believe that writing a Will is complicated, or only for the rich and famous, but in fact it’s valuable for all of us and relatively straightforward. But when making or updating your Will the recommendation is that you should always seek professional advice.   

Here are two different ways you can get started making or amending a Will. 

1 - Contact McClure Solicitors

We’ve partnered with McClure Solicitors to provide free Wills, free Will Reviews and Special Price Powers of Attorney legal Services all year round.  Click here or call 0800 852 1999 for more information.

2 - Remember A Charity

Alternatively you can visit the Remember A Charity website for further guidance and advice, including how to find a solicitor or professional Will writer and access to discounted Wills with the Co-operative Legal Sercice.

Thank you

If you have already left a gift in your Will to YoungDementia UK, you can let us know using our Pledge Form.  which also enables us to also keep in touch about our work if you wish.

For more information about leaving a gift to YoungDementia UK, please email us.

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