Care for the ones you love, and St Clare
When it comes to looking after our families, there isn’t anything we wouldn’t do. It may come as a surprise then, that when it comes to stating our wishes for after we’ve gone, more than half of adults living in the UK admit that they do not have a Will.
In the current climate, as we are all facing the uncertainty of the coronavirus outbreak together, we can see that it is more important than ever to take steps to ensure that our families are safe and looked after. Your family is the most important thing in the world, and writing a Will is one important thing you can do to make sure they are cared for in the future.
This Wills Month, why not do something about it? Make or amend your Will. Do it for your family.
NEW FOR 2020 – Safe, contact-free Will writing
This year, we have adapted the way we are delivering Wills Month, to make sure that you can still make or amend your Will in a safe and secure way – whilst adhering to the coronavirus lockdown measures.
Online Will writing
St Clare Hospice has invested in a new system for 2020 to enable you to make your Will using an expert, online Will writing platform – to enable you to make a legally binding Will from the comfort of your own home.
Alternatively, three local Solicitors from West Essex have kindly volunteered their time to enable you to make or amend your Will – adapting their service to ensure you receive the same expert advice and guidance, but in a contact-free and safe manner.
From 1st to 30th June 2020, you can make or amend your Will – all that we ask is that you kindly make the suggested minimum donation to St Clare Hospice:
- £165 for a Single Will
- £220 for a Double Will
- £100 for an amended Will
How to take part
Taking part in Wills Month is simple. Just follow these 3 simple steps:
- Decide how you want to make your Will – either online or with one of our participating Solicitors
- Write or amend your Will – via the online platform or a contact-free appointment
- Make a donation to St Clare Hospice – in lieu of the Will writer’s usual fee
Take part Online
If you have decided you want to take part through the online Will writing platform, simply contact St Clare Corporate Fundraising Officer, Charlotte Durham on firstname.lastname@example.org
You will then be emailed a unique link to the St Clare Hospice Will writing portal – which is being managed by the secure and highly trusted online Will writing service, Beyond.
Every Will is double-checked by a Beyond in-house legal expert, and once you are happy with it, you can print if off at home and sign it. They will also securely save a copy for you in the portal.
Once you have written your Will, simply make your donation to St Clare Hospice using the link below.
Take part with a local Solicitor
If you would prefer to be in touch with a local Solicitor, you can make a contact-free appointment directly with one of our three participating solicitors. Simply contact them using the details below, and state that you would like to make or amend your Will as part of St Clare Hospice’s Wills Month.
Once you have written your Will with them (and signed it in a safe, contact-free manner) they will ask you to make a donation in lieu of their payment, to St Clare Hospice.
You can either write a cheque payable to St Clare Hospice and post it to:
FAO Fundraising Department,
St Clare Hospice,
Alternatively, simply make your donation to St Clare Hospice using the link below.
Our participating Solicitors: