Leaving a gift in your Will is an easy way to leave a lasting legacy, so you can transform lives through reading in years to come.
As a will is a legal document it’s a good idea to have it written by a solicitor. They'll be able to advise you in a way that means your wishes will be carried out after you’re gone. One way of finding a solicitor to draw up your will is through The Law Society's Find a Solicitor service.
Before you go to meet with the solicitor to make your will you might find it helpful to think about:
If you'd like to leave a Shannon Trust a gift in your will, you'll need the following information for your solicitor: Shannon Trust, International House, 24 Holborn Viaduct, London, EC1A 2BN Registered charity no. 117249
Deciding to leave a gift in a will is a big decision and we’re more happy to talk to you about it. You can call us on 0203 752 5511 or if you'd prefer to email get in touch at email@example.com
We've produced a short glossary to help you understand the legal terminology about wills.
That’s great. We’re really pleased you want to support people in prison to learn to read in years to come. To make a change to your will you can complete a Codicil Form to keep with your existing will. If you are making a big change to your will you might want to visit your solicitor for advice.