Free Wills Month is a campaign which offers people aged 55 and over the opportunity to have a simple will written or updated free of charge by one of the participating solicitors.
Having your Will written by a solicitor gives you the opportunity to influence the world you’ll leave behind by remembering the causes that matter to you. You can choose to remember causes and organisations that reflect your interests, your passions, your beliefs and what you stand for.
If you decide to take part in the campaign, there is no obligation to include a gift to Prostate Cancer UK in your Will. We would be extremely grateful, however, if you, after taking care of your loved ones, could consider remembering us in this way.
Go to the Free Wills website on Friday 1 March 2019 from 9am to find out more by putting in your postcode. If the scheme's in your area you can then book an appointment directly with a participating solicitor.
The number of appointments are limited, so we recommend you book your appointment as soon as you can. The campaign closes once all appointments are booked, which may be before the end of March. More information is available on the Free Wills website.
We are dedicated to fighting prostate cancer through funding research, supporting men and raising awareness, and we rely entirely on donations from our supporters in order to fund this work. Gifts in Wills play a huge part of that support.
After Stephen died I decided to remake my Will and leave a gift to prostate Cancer UK, so future generations of men don't have to suffer through what Stephen did.
Stephen and I met in 1987, when he replied to a Lonely Hearts ad I’d put in Time Out magazine. When we met I knew there was something there straight away, it was just instant. I don’t think either Stephen or I had ever discussed prostate cancer. It had never crossed our consciousness. So, it came completely out of the blue when tests revealed he had advanced prostate cancer.
Prostate Cancer UK was very dear to Stephen’s heart and he was determined that whatever happened, he was going to go on supporting the charity. And so, Stephen chose to leave a gift in his Will to Prostate Cancer UK. He felt that, by leaving a gift in his Will, he could keep on contributing to helping to tame prostate cancer, even after his death.
After Stephen died I decided to remake my Will, and leave a gift to Prostate Cancer UK. I know there are developments around better treatments for advanced disease, but it’s a long-term investment. I know a cure is on the horizon, so future generations of men don’t have to suffer through what Stephen did, and can be made possible by leaving a gift to Prostate Cancer UK in your Will.
Download our guide by clicking the button below where you can find information on why many people decide to include Prostate Cancer UK in their Will, along with a simple guide of the steps you need to take to make or update your Will, and a glossary of terms you may encounter.Will Guide
If you would like more information about Free Wills Month please do get in touch with Georgia Outteridge in the Gifts in Wills Team via firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 020 3310 7203.