06 November 2015
Support charities through Make a Will month 2015
November is Will Aid's Make a Will month, when solicitors across the country waive their fees for writing a will, instead asking the participant to donate the fee to one of charities featured by Will Aid.
The Alliance is once again raising awareness of the significant part that legacies play in making our work possible, and asking supporters to consider leaving a legacy to support and develop future generations of the evangelical Church.
While many people give to charity during their lifetime, only a small fraction leave a charitable gift in their will.
By leaving a legacy to the Alliance, you can be part of safeguarding religious freedom, providing a Christian voice in parliament and the media, and bringing churches together to do more than they could apart for years to come.
The Evangelical Alliance is incredibly grateful to anyone who chooses to give to support our work by this means, and see it as a great privilege to be remembered in this way.
More information about giving a legacy to the Alliance can be found on our giving pages.
Peter de Vena Franks, Will Aid campaign director, says: "Will Aid is a fantastic opportunity to get an affordable Will with one of our friendly and approachable solicitors.
"They are generously giving their time without any payment to help people look after their loved ones and, at the same time, to raise funds for very worthwhile causes.
"This is the perfect opportunity to have a solicitor draw up your Will, protect your loved ones and give to charity at the same time."
To find out more about how Will Aid works, visit their website.