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A gift in your will

You can enable future generations to experience the Bible for themselves, and help ensure the Bible goes on changing lives for good.

Did you know that at least a quarter of our donated income comes from legacies? And when you consider that people have been remembering ΢ĸ in their wills since 1805, a huge amount of what we've achieved in opening up the Bible and seeing lives changed has been down to our supporters' legacy gifts.

Around the world people are waiting to experience God's word in their own language. Here at home, prisoners are asking for Bibles in increasing numbers and people who have grown up without Scripture are ready to encounter to it in new ways. This makes a gift in your will a powerful, lasting investment in change for good.

Download your free 22-page legacy pack today or call the office on 01793 418222 and we will post the booklet to you.

There’s lots more information on our FAQs page. If there's anything else we can help you with, or if you’d like to let us know you’ve decided to remember ΢ĸ in your will please get in touch.

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Lambeth Palace legacy event

Watch highlights from our recent legacy event at Lambeth Palace and download presentation resources to share at your church.

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How you can leave a Legacy

Three simple steps:

  1. and start your will online. Bequeathed securely gathers all the information their legal adviser needs to create a draft will for you. There's a help chat there if you need it.
  2. Book an online video appointment with Bequeathed’s legal team or a meeting with a local legal firm in person. Your advisor will explore your wants and explain your options. 
  3. Your new will is sent to you along with instructions on executing it properly. If you choose a participating legal firm, they can help you sign it, witness it and store it securely for you. 

The legal firm, or Bequeathed’s inhouse legal team, provides 30 minutes of legal advice (or 45 minutes if you are a couple each making a will), and a free will at the end. If your circumstances are complicated and you require further legal advice, the advisor will explain what’s needed and give you an estimate. It's up to you then whether you accept and pay or proceed with the free basic will.

Extra help

If you have questions about legacies and will-writing, get in touch – our Head of Legacy Giving, Howard Barker, would love to hear from you. Call the office on 01793 418222 or email [email protected]

Howard has some quick tips to help you plan your will. 

  • Think about what you have – your estate and assets – and who you’d like to be your executor.
  • Choose who you will remember in your will, including family, friends and the causes you care about, like ΢ĸ.
  • Decide who will write your will. Consider using .

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