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Leaving a gift in your Will

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Spurgeons free Will services

Have your Will made for free through our Will writing services

As a special opportunity for our supporters, we’ve teamed up with Farewill, named as National Will Writing Firm of the Year 2020, to give Spurgeons supporters like you an easy way to write your Will for free.

Farewill have made Will writing easier and their award-winning experts can give you all the support you need. You can write your will online or over the telephone and Farewill's specialist team are available to help you over the phone or live chat 7 days a week, 9am-7pm.

A gift in your Will makes a lasting difference to vulnerable young children and their families. We hope you will consider making a gift to Spurgeons once loved ones are provided for.

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Write your Will over the telephone with Farewill

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To write your Will for free over the telephone, call (+44) 0208 0502 686.
Please quote Spurgeons as your charity at the start of the call in order to use the free Will offer.

Write your Will online with Farewill

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Write your Will for free online in 30 minutes with professional support from Farewill, the largest Will writer in the UK.
Available to supporters in England and Wales.

At Spurgeons we believe that every child deserves a childhood and an equal chance to fulfil their dreams. No child's current situation should dictate their future and we are committed to helping them to be all that they can be.

For over 153 years Spurgeons has been blessed to receive bequests which have allowed us to continue working with the children and young people who need us most. Including Spurgeons in your Will helps us continue to give vulnerable children a better present and a more hopeful future.

Leaving a gift in your Will is easier than you might think

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For more information contact our Supporter Care team:

01933 412 412

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