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How to leave a gift to us in your Will

Photo: Give deaf children the gift of opportunities in your Will

Any gift, large or small, is very gratefully received. Whatever you choose to give, we’ll put it to good use where it will have the greatest impact for deaf children.

Including us in your Will

If you do choose to leave a gift in your Will to us, you'll need to include our name, address, and registered charity number:

National Deaf Children’s Society
Ground Floor South,
Castle House
37- 45 Paul Street

Registered Charity no.: England and Wales (1016532) and Scotland (SCO40779)

How your gift will be used to support our work

It’s hard to know exactly what challenges lie ahead, so most people allow us the discretion to use their gift wherever it will have the greatest impact. We regularly review our support and services to ensure they meet the needs of deaf children and their families, and gifts in Wills that have no restrictions help us to do that.

If you do have any questions about specific areas of our work, you can contact Jen Corbett, our Gifts in Wills Manager, by phone 020 7014 1102 or email [email protected].

If you choose to leave a gift in your Will, please consider letting us know
Knowing that someone has included a gift in their Will helps us plan for the future with a little more confidence. If you choose to tell us about your gift, we’d love the opportunity to say thank you. However, we appreciate that it’s your Will and the decisions it contains are personal. Only tell us if you want to.

What to do if you change your mind

We understand that circumstances may change, and you are always free to change your mind. You can amend your will either by re-writing it or adding a codicil at any time.