Caring will affect all of us at some point in our lives, that’s why including a gift in your will to Carers UK is so important. Your gift will enable us to keep working towards a society in which carers are respected, valued and supported.
Leaving a gift in your will means you can create a better future for unpaid carers.
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Including Carers UK in your will
If you are writing or updating your will and have decided to include a gift to Carers UK, you will need to give your solicitor our name, registered address and charity number:
Carers UK, 20 Great Dover Street, London SE1 4LX.
Registered charity number 246329 (England & Wales) and SC039307 (Scotland).
If you do choose to remember Carers UK in your Will, please consider letting us know so we can express our gratefulness and keep you updated on the important work you are part of.
“I know from personal experience how difficult life can be – juggling work, family life with children and caring for my dying mum who lived hundreds of miles away. The effect on me was profound and changed my life, yet I hadn’t recognised myself as a carer then.”
Helen Brown, Carers UK Trustee and legacy pledger
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If you haven’t already written your will, we know that for many it can seem daunting and you may not know where to start. So Carers UK is offering to help by arranging for the National Free Wills Network to write a limited number of free, no obligation wills.
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