Giving to Changing Faces in honour of a loved one is one way to continue their story. This page explains how you can give in memory.
Every year, kind supporters remember Changing Faces by leaving us a gift in their will.
If, like them, you believe that no-one should be bullied, abused or treated differently because they have a visible difference or disfigurement, then please do consider joining them.
Together we can build a world that provides people with the confidence, support and opportunity to lead the life they want.
On this page we explain how you can leave a legacy gift to Changing Faces.
We have partnered with Farewill to offer Changing Faces supporters an easy way to write your will, online and for free.
Writing a will can seem like a time-consuming and costly process, full of complex legal jargon. That’s why we’ve made it easier to leave a legacy gift to Changing Faces and support people with a visible difference or disfigurement.
A simple will usually costs at least £90. But you can write your will for free, from the comfort of your own home, by taking advantage of this exclusive offer to Changing Faces supporters.
Farewill is the top-rated will writer in the UK and provides free access to live expert support if you need it. You can make a will in four simple steps, in as little as 15 minutes. Every will is proofread and approved by a qualified specialist, and once signed and witnessed will be legally binding.
Simply head to Farewill to get started and use the voucher code CF-web to claim your free will.
There are a number of ways you could leave a legacy gift to Changing Faces in your will and it is easier than you might think. Below are the most common types of gifts and suggested wording to include in your will:
- A residuary gift: What is left after any specific or monetary gifts have been made from the estate and all expenses and taxes have been paid.
- A cash gift: A specific amount of money bequeathed to an individual or organisation.
- A gift in kind: An alternative to a gift of money, where a product or service is given directly.
- In the wording of a trust: A specified sum of money left in a trust fund to be given to a charity.
Please be aware that the above is only guidance, not legal advice. You should always contact a solicitor or legal professional before making or updating your will.
If you do wish to include us, you will need the following details:
The Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane
If you are able to include Changing Faces in your will, by whatever means you choose, we can’t thank you enough for your generosity.
If you’re thinking about giving a leaving a legacy gift in your will to Changing Faces, our friendly team are here to help.
To find out more about leaving a gift, please email [email protected]