When writing or amending a Will, it’s important to have a qualified solicitor take care of it for you. A properly written Will makes your intentions clear and can protect those close to you from complex challenges later down the line. Over The Wall is offering free will-writing appointments so you can put your affairs in order with an experienced will-writing specialist.
If you make or amend your Will through our partner, National Free Wills Network, they’ll connect you with a qualified solicitor local to you. They’ll help you write or amend a simple Will for free. Your solicitor will help you decide what’s right for you and make you aware of any other considerations regarding your Will and legacy.
By taking advantage of our partnership with National Free Wills Network, you are under no obligation to include a gift to Over The Wall in your Will.
All we ask is that, after you’ve thought about how you’ll provide to those close to you, you’ll consider including a gift to Over The Wall to support our work in the future.
Leaving a gift in your Will
If you’re considering leaving a gift to Over The Wall in your Will, it can be helpful to think about the type of gift you might want to leave. There are three main types:
Residuary – a percentage of your estate after your other beneficiaries have been provided for
Pecuniary – a fixed sum of money
Specific – a particular item, such as property, antiques, jewellery or shares
A gift in your Will could help us keep the magic of camp going for future generations of children and young people. Our virtual and residential activity camps not only support children and young people with Health Challenges, but their siblings and families too.
Since 1999, people like you have played a vital part in funding our transformational camps across the U.K. A gift in your Will is the most powerful and impactful way that you can support Over The Wall long-term – you can be the reason more seriously ill children are able to rediscover the mischief and magic of childhood.