SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity

Lifelong support for our Armed Forces and their families.

Registered Charity Number: 210760, SC038056

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Gifts in Wills

You can help to safeguard the future of the Armed Forces community by leaving a gift in your Will.

Gifts in Wills are vital in funding SSAFA's charitable work. After providing for your family, a gift to SSAFA will make a difference for our Armed Forces personnel, veterans and their families when they face the toughest battles at home.

The gifts we receive help to provide a wide range of welfare and specialist services to meet the increasingly complex needs of our servicemen and women, veterans and their families. We provide direct practical and emotional support to those who have had a serious combat injury or illness and those facing more financial hardship or homelessness. For many of those who have served our country, the real battles begin when they return home from war or peace-keeping duties.

We believe that we have a duty to support our Armed Forces and their families who serve or have served our country. But we cannot do this without gifts in Wills which allow us to offer lifelong support. Quite simply, they are a vital source of income for SSAFA, helping us to transform the lives of more than 50,000 people who call on our help every year.



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SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity Queen Elizabeth House
4 St Dunstan's Hill

London (Greater London)

Phone: 020 7463 9257


Gift in your Will to support SSAFA's work

This legacy booklet highlights how a gift in your Will can make a difference in the lives of our Armed Forces, veterans and their families.

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Make a Pledge

If you have already left a gift in your Will, it would be very useful for us to know about it. If you feel comfortable doing so, please download and fill in out our legacy pledge form.

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Leave a Legacy

Our codicil form is a simple way to make small changes to an existing will. We would always recommend using a qualified solicitor when using this form.

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