Registered Charity Number: 1089918
Leave the Gift of Language
Did you know you could give as little as 1% to the cause you believe in and make a big difference to a D/deaf person’s future?
If the time is ever right for you to remember Deafway in your will then please do. It can be a very simple conversation with your solicitor. When you’ve looked after your loved ones, did you know you could give as little as 1% to the cause you believe in and make a big difference to a D/deaf person’s future?
We will always respect that it is your decision and that you may want to change your mind, and we will never ask you to disclose how much you intend to give. If you’d like to talk this through with Christina or David please contact us, we’d love to help.
Making a will is usually straightforward, but we do urge you to seek professional legal advice. This will give you the peace of mind that your Will is a legally binding document. The cost of legal advice for making a simple Will is less than you think—usually around £150. If you don’t already have a solicitor you could ask a friend or relative to recommend one.
If you have already made a will then it is very simple to leave a gift to Deafway. You simply have to speak to your solicitor about making a codicil (amendment) to your existing will.
David Hynes (Chief Executive)
Phone: 01772 796461
Guide to Leaving a Gift in Your Will
Thank you for considering leaving us a gift in your Will. By remembering Deafway in your Will you can help ensure a fairer future for Deaf children and adults. This guide will give you the tools you need to think through leaving a will and talking to your solicitor.
Make a Pledge
Gifts left in wills are really important to Deafway. However even if you haven't made a will, making a pledge to do so in the future would really help us to find out about your future intentions.
Pledges are not legally binding so by filling out this form you are not committing yourself! You are simply allowing Deafway to confidently estimate future support for their cause.
Leave a Legacy
Making a Will is usually straightforward, but we do urge you to seek legal advice. If you already have a Will, you can simply make a Codicil (amendment) to your existing Will.
DIY Wills are not a good idea and visiting a solicitor who will give you professional advice and help you avoid the pitfalls is by far the best option. It is also the only option that will give you the peace of mind that your Will is a legally binding document. The cost of legal advice for making a simple Will is less than you think—usually around £150.
Our legacy pack and codicil form will help you save time and money by getting a few facts and figures straight before you make an appointment with a solicitor.