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A lasting legacy

Write or update your Will.


March is Make a Will Month.


Write or update your Will for free today and help us to continue to be there for people with AT.


We have partnered with Fortune Wills and Estate Planning to offer a no-cost, solicitor approved Will writing service.

To find out more or to book an appointment, please contact [email protected] or scan the QR code below.

Leaving a gift to the AT Society in your Will can make sure that we will still be there for every child diagnosed with Ataxia-Telangiectasia in years to come. Whether you’re writing your first Will or amending an existing one, by leaving a legacy gift to the AT Society, you can be part of a brighter future for people with AT.

A legacy gift costs you nothing in your lifetime, but ensures your name lives on in our work.

There are a number of different ways you can remember the AT Society in your Will depending on your circumstances. It doesn’t have to be a large amount, any amount will change lives because every pound makes a difference.

You can leave a share of your assets

A good way to help is to leave a percentage of what is left of your estate or assets, after other gifts (and debts) have been paid. This is known as a ‘residuary bequest’.  If you have already made a Will, but want to add a residuary gift to the AT Society, your solicitor can advise you on how you can do this without affecting the specific gifts you leave your family and friends. Also, inflation will not erode the value of residuary gifts over the years.

You can leave a fixed sum of money

You may wish to leave us a stated sum of money. This kind of gift is known as a pecuniary bequest. Alternatively, if you are concerned that inflation may erode your gift over the years, then it is also possible to leave an index linked pecuniary gift in your Will. You can leave a specific item of value.

You may wish to leave us a particular item (known as a specific bequest), which can be sold to support our work. It could be property or an item of value such as an antique or a piece of jewellery. Your solicitor or other professional adviser will help you with the wording of your gift.