Legacies are a vital way for charities to generate funds but research suggests that less than 7% of people in the UK remember a charity in their will.
Remembering a charity in your will can be a very easy and tax efficient way of supporting a cause that is important to you. It is always advisable to seek professional help from a solicitor when you are drafting your will, they will be able to advise you further. If you would like to remember the NAS in your will just provide the charity’s address and registered charity details to your solicitor.
Useful information about leaving a legacy to a charity like the NAS can be found on the Charity Choice website.