By remembering Reprieve in your will you can help to ensure that for years to come our lawyers will be there to stand up for the world’s most powerless people.
Legacies are vital in securing Reprieve’s future. Please consider including us in your will to ensure that your support for our work lives on.
Why make a will?
If you make a will, your money and possessions will go to the people and causes you care about when you die.
Leaving a gift in your will is a great opportunity to make a difference after your lifetime. It is also highly tax efficient as your donation will be 100% free from inheritance tax.
By leaving a gift to Reprieve, you will help people facing the most extreme human rights abuses and miscarriages of justice for years to come.
There are three types of gift you can leave:
• a share of your estate (a residuary gift)
• a fixed amount of money (a pecuniary gift)
• a particular item (a specific gift)
Making a will.
You can write your own legally binding will. A solicitor can also help you with wording and other services.
If you decide to include a gift to Reprieve, your solicitor can advise you on the appropriate wording. For help with finding a solicitor, please contact the Law Society at www.lawsociety.org.uk.
Adding Reprieve to your will.
If you already have a will but would like to add a gift to Reprieve, you can amend your existing will with a codicil. Please ask your solicitor about this or use this form to request a codicil from Reprieve.
If you have included Reprieve in your will, please let us know by filling in this form. Telling us your intention is not legally binding but it will help us to plan for the future more effectively.
If you have any questions, or would like more information, please contact email@example.com.
A guide to remembering Reprieve in your will (158.3 KB)