Leave a life-changing gift

Help create a brighter future for people with learning disabilities, autism and sight loss. If you see ability and, like us, want to champion it, please consider giving a gift in your will.

Grace looks proud standing outside the Bank of England under an umbrellaWe have recently celebrated our 220th birthday! We are very proud of our history, but must always look to the future. Our work can only continue with the help of people like you. Download our legacy leaflet and find out what an extraordinary difference a gift in your will can make!

Some people choose to leave a fixed sum to charity and others leave a percentage after provisions are made to family and friends. If you already have a Will it's easy to add a gift with a codicil which saves you making a new one. Your solicitor can assist you in drawing up, reviewing or updating a Will. Any gift made to a charity is free of tax as it is deducted from your estate before Inheritance Tax is calculated.

Making a Will and leaving a gift to charity is a personal and private matter, and you do not need to tell us about your plans. You're more than welcome to ask for regular updates on our work if you wish, or explore our website at any time to see the impact your gift can make.

Thank you for taking the time to consider such a wonderful and generous gesture for the future. Every gift of every size given to SeeAbility is valued and used wisely.

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Gifts in Wills can help people to live their best life possible

  • Supporting people to gain independence
  • Providing innovative support and accommodation
  • Helping people to see the world more clearly
  • Supporting people to connect with their community through volunteers

Click here to read some of the stories of people we support and how they are now living the life they want to live

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How to give in your Will

You can visit the Remember A Charity website to find a solicitor in your local area.

If you would like to speak to us in confidence, please call Barbara Weeden (Supporter Care Manager) on 01372 755018 or email: [email protected]