Make your Will For Good

Start online here then receive advice and your free will from your choice of accredited legal firm.

Good for family. Good for friends. Good for charity.

Support the Bishop Simeon Trust with your Will For Good

The Bishop Simeon Trust has been there for vulnerable children in South Africa since 1989 and intends to be there for as long as they’re needed. Throughout its history the Trust has depended on its remarkable supporters to help them transform communities and change lives – your support has always been essential.

You can help to build a better future for children by making sure that they have the support and protection they need from sustainable local services when you make your Will for Good. It currently costs £4,000 a week to stay running and there are many more children who need their support beyond the 2,000 reached each day. Gifts in wills are vital to this work and the long-term future of these children.

There’s no obligation to include a gift in your free will, but anything you leave will help ensure that the most vulnerable children are protected, able to meet the challenges they face and build a better future for themselves, their families and their communities.

How to make your Will For Good

1. Complete our online interview

The questions we ask help you gather all the information required to make your will quickly. It takes around 20 minutes and our team is online to help.

2. Get advice from an accredited firm

When you've completed the interview, we arrange a 30 minute appointment with a legal firm. Choose phone or video call, your home or their office.

3. Sign and witness your will

After your appointment, the legal firm sends you your free Will For Good. Just sign it in front of witnesses and return to the firm for free secure storage.

Legal advice with Will For Good

Our accredited legal firms donate up to 30 minutes of their expertise to help you make your free Will For Good. For most people, that will be all they need.

If you have complex family circumstances, multiple properties, business assets or foreign property, you will need to pay for additional advice. Where that is the case, the firm will provide you with a quote. It's up to you whether to accept.

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