CHAS in your Will
By making a Will you can have the peace of mind to know you can look after those you care for by stating what happens to your things in the event of your death. It’s simple and easy to do.
In the past year just over £1.4 million came from gifts left to us in people’s Wills.
Mr Ian Steven:
CHAS is such a worthwhile charity, so when I made my Will I decided to leave the money to them. I know CHAS will make good use of the money.
Mr and Mrs Murray:
We were clear we wanted control of our own money and a Will is the way to do that. It’s a comfort to know our wishes will be carried out. I would urge people to make a Will.
Read our Legacy Leaflet to find out more.
If you’d like to discuss leaving a legacy to CHAS in your will, before taking the next step, please contact your local fundraising office.
In addition to legacies we receive generous gifts in memory. Visit our dedications page.