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Gifts in Wills

Leaving a legacy is an inspiring way to make a difference – and we’re here to help

Every year, hundreds of our supporters include us in their Wills.

A legacy may be an act of faith – a way to acknowledge the blessings you’ve received during your life. Or ensuring your values of compassion and justice live on after you’ve gone. For many of our supporters, it’s a confirmation of their belief in our vision of putting an end to poverty – and a way to ensure our vital work can go on.

A group of children writing notes at school in Ethiopia

How to include a gift in your Will

It's simple to remember Christian Aid in your Will and we’re here to help - with all the information, explanations and answers you need.
Coomunities in Nigeria receiving health packs

Will to Give

Will to Give represents a group of over 60 of Northern Ireland’s most loved charities who work together to encourage people to leave a charitable gift in their Will.
Emma Donlon speaks with local woman, Esther, in the Amazon rainforest

Protecting the Amazon with gifts in Wills

See how gifts in Wills are protecting the Amazon – and find out about our touring photo exhibition 'Inherit the Earth' showcasing life-changing projects in Bolivia.
A mother stands in a Maasai village in Kenya, holding her child on her hip

Everyone benefits with Will Aid

A qualified solicitor will write you a Will – for just a voluntary donation to charity. You benefit, charities benefit, and your loved ones will benefit in the future.
Kathy Childress stands among a group of school children working at their desks in Haiti

How gifts in Wills make a difference

Legacies to Christian Aid are a way to give thanks for your blessings and ensure your values live on. Kathy’s story shows how gifts in Wills can make a lasting difference.

Get in touch

If you’d like to talk to us about supporting our work with a gift in your Will, contact Mark by emailing mmcmahon@christian-aid.org, or call +44 (0)28 9064 8133.