Your Will is an opportunity to leave a future gift for the people and causes you care most about.
Making a Will
Making a Will is so important. If you don’t write a Will, everything you own will be shared out in a standard way defined by the law, which isn’t always the way you might want. What you decide to include in your Will is a very personal decision and there may be a lot to think about.
If you’re not sure where to start, a solicitor can help you explore all your options and make the decisions that are right for you. By filling out the referral form below, you can find support from local solicitors in making a simple Will, for free. You can also contact our team for some further guidance at email@example.com.
Once you have looked after your loved ones in your Will, you may have considered supporting a cause close to your heart. If you decide to leave a gift to the Huntington’s Disease Association, your support will make such a difference to our work, both now and in future – thank you.
National Free Wills Network
As a member of the National Free Wills Network, we can offer you the opportunity to have a simple Will written or updated free of charge through a network of solicitors, local to you, all across the UK. Just fill out the form below to get started.
If you choose to leave a gift to the Huntington's Disease Association in your Will, the gift will cost you nothing during your lifetime but could one day make a huge difference to families living with Huntington’s disease across England and Wales. Whilst it would be wonderful if you choose to leave a charitable gift in your Will, there is no obligation to do so.
How your gift could make a difference
We are incredibly grateful for every gift, large or small we receive at the Huntington’s Disease Association. Our work supporting people, families and carers affected by Huntington’s disease simply could not happen without the generosity of our supporters.
The income we receive from gifts in Wills allows us to make plans for the future, to ensure that we’ll be there for people affected by Huntington’s disease for years to come.
In the past year, we have supported thousands of people affected by Huntington’s disease – from one-to-one support through our Specialist Huntington’s Advisory Service to our specialised weekend events such as the family weekend and Juvenile Huntington's disease weekend; our booklets and guides are available for health and social care professionals as well as individuals seeking more information on the many different aspects of Huntington’s disease and our welfare grants scheme provides direct financial support to those who desperately need it. The demand for our services grows each year.