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 Hft with your Will For Good

Everyone has the right to live the life they choose and people with learning disabilities are no exception. Hft believe that in a society based on equality, fairness and decency, we all have the right to the best life possible.

They support people in all areas of their life: developing practical skills, connecting them to their community, helping them to get a job and introducing them to technology that can help them to live independently, and they need donations to deliver this.

The challenges people with learning disabilities face are complex, lifelong, and hard to imagine. Hft can’t make them go away. But they can offer people the kind of help, support and encouragement that gives them a chance to find enjoyment and satisfaction in life. They do this by listening to people, working hard to understand their needs and then providing the kind of personalised services that make a real difference.

If you can leave a gift in your will to Hft, you can help protect their future. Your future gift means that they can always put the needs of the people they support first.

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.

Very useful for the visually impaired. I have asked rather than flowers for my funeral that money be donated to your worthwhile charity. Thanks!

Keith, Cambridge

So straightforward.

Cherry, Minehead

VERY STRAIGHT FORWARD AND SO QUICK TO RESPOND. SUPERB SERVICE

Joan, Palmers Green

The full explanation of the details to be considered is really excellent. There are numerous contingencies to consider that may not be obvious to most people.

William, Brent Cross

It seemed to be very straightforward anything I needed to understand was explained. Thankyou so much for giving me peace of mind. I will recommend you to everyone i know.

Jackie, Weston-super-Mare

Easy to do and help is on hand when you get stuck

Aaron, Kensal Green

The legal jargon is kept to a minimum and there is an easily accessible help chat-line to offer any support that may be required

Adrian, Newport

Very easy to complete and all done professionally and properly for no charge. Amazing!

Carol, Helston

It's easy to complete and can be done in my own time and at my own pace

Samuel, Stratford

I liked your online induction, also the feeling of reassurance it will all achieve the finishing touch of the pros

Owen, Woodford Green

Very impressed with the support and the care I felt during my call from lawyers! Massive thank you.

Olena, Uxbridge

It is fast and simple with clear instructions and definitions

Jeremy, Peterborough

It was a very stress free and user friendly process to follow and I felt confident I would be supporting the animal charities which mean a lot to me

Marc, Beaumaris

So easy to do!

Astrid, Bristol