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Since being founded in 1988, Will Aid has enabled legal firms to raise over £15 million for nine of the UK’s favourite charities. At the same time, the campaign has encouraged and helped thousands of people to write their Will.

The more publicity Will Aid receives, the more funds will be raised and the more families will be spared the distress of coping with legal complications as well as losing a loved one. With the help of the media, we hope to raise even more than 2013's total of over £2 million. To see Will Aid press releases, please follow this press releases link.

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For more details about how Will Aid works, its history and its aims, please follow the link below.

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Will Aid enjoys the support of a number of celebrity patrons.

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Will Aid worked for me

"In my experience, Will Aid provides a new client base who may well not otherwise make Wills, for example, people who have young families and wish to appoint guardians. Once an individual has made a Will with a particular solicitor it forms the basis of a lasting relationship for their future legal needs."

- Naomi Pinder, Quality Solicitors Jackson & Canter, Merseyside

Will Aid worked for me

"A Will is one of those things that you only actually need when it’s too late to do anything about it. It seems daft to continue to put it off. Dealing with death is bad enough without the administrative nightmare of someone not having their estate in order. Making a Will through the Will Aid scheme was very seamless, smooth and easy."

- Dave Jones