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Christian Aid is partnering with Will Aid

‘Will Aid was a really simple process to help make our Will and make decisions for when we’re not here anymore’ Charlotte and Tom Scott, from Winchester.

Making or updating a Will is so important, but something many of us put off.

Will Aid month in November, however, is the perfect time to sort out your Will, gain peace of mind, and support nine leading charities, including Christian Aid.

Will Aid is a chance to have your will professionally drawn up by a qualified solicitor.

Instead of paying the solicitor’s fee, you are invited to make a voluntary donation which will help fund life changing work around the world. 

All donations made via Will Aid are divided between the nine participating charities – including Christian Aid.

And of course, if you would like to consider making a gift to Christian Aid in your Will, you know that you will be helping to create a world where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.

Find a participating solicitor

Or by calling 0300 0309 558

Will Aid - your questions answered

How do I find a Will Aid solicitor?

You can find a solicitor here or call the Will Aid hotline on 0300 0309 558. Once you’ve found a solicitor, contact them directly and ask for a Will Aid appointment.

Will Aid appointments can get booked up very quickly, so we advise you to start looking for a Will Aid solicitor in early September.

What donation should I make?

Your donation is voluntary, but we suggest:

  • £100 for a basic single Will
  • £180 for a pair of basic mirror Wills

Visit Will Aid

With Will Aid, everyone benefits. You get a professionally drawn-up Will and peace of mind, while the charities receive much-needed donations for their vital work.


Your guide to Wills and Legacies

With a gift in your Will, the loving care you show to your global family can live on.

Draft codicil document to amend a Will

You should be able to amend your Will cheaply and simply with a legal document known as a codicil. Ask your solicitor about adding a codicil to your Will.

Will Aid poster

Everyone’s a beneficiary when you make a Will with Will Aid this November - display this poster to promote Will Aid's service.

Get in touch

If you’d like to talk to us about supporting our work with a gift in your Will, contact Kerry or Gill by emailing or call 020 7523 2173.