Leave a gift in your Will
After you've taken care of your loved ones, would you consider leaving a gift in your Will to CHICKS so that we can continue to provide free respite breaks for children who may never otherwise experience the carefree joys many of us remember? No matter how big or small, leaving a gift in your Will will make a real difference to a child's life; giving them some happy childhood memories and the chance to just be children.
How to leave a gift in your Will
How you leave a gift in your Will is completely up to you. You can leave a percentage of your estate (1% or more), a specific cash sum or even a specific item such as a car or piece of jewellery.
Talk to your solicitor further about making a Will. If you would like to leave a gift to CHICKS, all you will need to do is provide your solicitor with CHICKS' registered address and charity number:
CHICKS Moorland Retreat
Registered Charity in England & Wales (1080953) and in Scotland (SCO40536)
Make changes to an existing Will
If you already have a Will, but would like to add a gift to CHICKS then you will need to make a Codicil. A Codicil is a legal amendment to a Will for minor changes, such as adding or increasing a gift to a charity. Like a Will, a Codicil needs to be signed and witnessed. Your solicitor will be able to send you a Codicil form.
Have your Will made up for free with Nigel Davis Solicitors
Having your Will drawn up professionally can provide peace of mind; and now you can help CHICKS simultaneously. Nigel Davis Solicitors have adopted CHICKS as their charity of the year, and are providing a free Will writing service for CHICKS supporters. They suggest you make a donation of £95 for a single basic Will, or £150 for a pair of basic matching mirror Wills.
Although based in Derbyshire, Nigel Davis Solicitors can accept instructions from across the UK. You do not need to meet with them and all aspects can be dealt with by email, by telephone and by post.
For more information about this service please email: email@example.com
If you have any other questions about leaving a gift in your Will, please get in touch.