By leaving a gift to Genetic Disorders UK in your will, you can help create a better future for the 1 in 25 children born with a life-altering genetic disorder in the UK.
Making a will and keeping it up to date is vital. It is your chance to choose exactly what you want to leave, and to who you want to leave it to. You can provide for those closest to you and – if you wish – also support the work of Genetic Disorders UK.
Why leave a gift to Genetic Disorders UK in your will?
Your legacy doesn’t have to be a large sum to make a difference. Legacies are incredibly important to the continuation our work providing comfort, information and advice to individuals and families coping with a new diagnosis and guidance to those caring for children and adults who require access to healthcare services, educational support, the benefits system and social care. Your generosity will also help us fund important projects that transform the lives of children with genetic disorders.
How to leave a gift in your will
Before writing your will, you should seek professional legal advice from a solicitor. To find a solicitor who can help you with making your will, visit the Law Society’s Find a Solicitor website and use the quick search option “Wills and probate” to find your nearest solicitor.
Already leaving a gift to Genetic Disorders UK in your will?
If you have already included a gift to Genetic Disorders UK in your will, please let us know. We appreciate this is a personal decision (letting us know is not legally binding in any way), but by sharing this information with us, you can help us better plan for the future. And we’d love the chance to say thank you! If you would like to talk to us on the phone or via email about leaving a gift to Genetic Disorders UK your will, please get in touch. Call us on 0800 987 8987 or email firstname.lastname@example.org