Leave a lasting gift to Wiltshire Air Ambulance
For many of us, our will is one way of helping to look after the people we care about. We choose to leave them something to make sure they’re ok when we’re gone. If you die without making a will, your estate will be distributed according to the rules of intestacy.
This may not be the way you would like to leave your money and possessions. The rules of intestacy are very strict on who can inherit an estate and would not, for example, make any provisions for unmarried partners or stepchildren. A gift to Wiltshire Air Ambulance in your will is an extra way of looking after the people you care about. Your own family, your friends and even people you’ll never know.
People you will want to help because you anyone may need the services of Wiltshire Air Ambulance and its life-saving crew.
One fifth of the money we raise comes from gifts in wills and in memory donations. An example of an in memory donation is to asking for donations to Wiltshire Air Ambulance instead of flowers at a funeral.
The gifts we receive come in all shapes and sizes. Large or small, £100, £1000 or £100,000, 1% of an estate or 100% ... Or anything left over after the other gifts have been made. Even a small gift will help us to continue to save lives in Wiltshire.
We are pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Wilsons Solicitors who are offering a 20% discount on their usual fees for individuals and couples for preparing Wills (fees may vary).
To qualify for this offer you will need to leave a gift of at least £500 to Wiltshire Air Ambulance in your Will.
For more information, or to make an appointment, please contact Lisa Schiel, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01722 427692
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