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It’s not every day you think about your Will and, quite rightly, your family and friends should always come first when considering what to do with your estate. But once you’ve taken care of your loved ones, maybe you could graciously consider leaving a gift in your Will to the Children’s Air Ambulance.
It’s a gift that will greatly affect the lives of children all over the UK that may need our help and support at any moment. It is – without risk of overstatement – the gift that could quite literally save a life.
We are enormously grateful for gifts of all types and sizes, and giving even just 1% of your estate will help us continue to transfer critically ill children and babies to where they need to be.
Whatever you feel comfortable with, should you choose to leave a gift to us in your Will, we will always respect your privacy and handle your estate and wishes with care. We will ensure your donation will be used for the greatest impact and we can also offer you a choice of how and where your gift is used.
If you do wish to leave a gift in your Will, you can name the charity as a beneficiary as either the Air Ambulance Service or the Children’s Air Ambulance. Our Registered Charity No. – which covers all services – is 1098874 and our address is Blue Skies House, Butlers Leap, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV21 3RQ.
For one week every year, participating solicitors across the counties we serve have agreed to waive their fee for basic Will writing, or for amending an existing Will. In return for this service, they request that you make a donation to the Children’s Air Ambulance which reflects their time and expertise. Dates for Make a Will Week 2017 have not been confirmed, so please check back for more information.
Your Will is a very personal matter, and what is included is your decision, to be made in your own time. Should you however like to talk to someone about your decision then please call Chloe Bass on 03003 045 999, email us at email@example.com or leave your details below and one of our team will be in touch.
You can also find a solicitor in your local area who will be able to advise you on leaving gifts to charities when making a Will. You can do this by visiting the Remember A Charity website.
Each transfer costs on average £2,800.