Leave a gift in your Will

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We don’t know what the future for children is going to look like. 30 years ago we couldn’t have predicted how the world would unfold or the impact the internet would have on young people’s lives.

That’s why the gifts people leave us in their Wills are so important. They mean we can continue to face new challenges and deliver our vital services to keep children safe into the future.

Download your free Will guide today and find out how you can become a guardian for future generations.

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Why leave a legacy gift?

We're here to prevent abuse. But every day more children need our help. Large or small, your legacy gifts make a difference to the young people we help. After you've taken care of the people closest to you, a gift in your Will could help us be there for every child.

"I never got any help during my childhood, but I can do something to help children now"


Now married, and with children of her own, counselling has helped Rita come to terms with her difficult childhood and she wants to help other children get the help that she couldn't. Growing up, Rita suffered emotional and physical abuse at home. "I feel like my mother took away my childhood," she says, "she would hit me all the time and for any reason."

"I chose to leave a gift to the NSPCC in my Will because of my experiences as a child," she says, "I might not see the difference that my gift makes but I know I’m doing something and it feels great."

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People leaving a gift in their Will is our second biggest source of donations. Without their support, we wouldn't be able to protect children in the crucial ways that we do.

A legacy gift will go towards:

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Preventing abuse

We work directly with parents and families when they need our support, and visit primary schools to give children the confidence to speak out and stay safe.

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Protecting children

Our Childline volunteers support children when they need it most and our NSPCC helpline counsellors give help and advice to anyone worried about a child.


Transforming lives

We advise government, campaign for reform and put issues on the agenda. We can champion online safety and give children a voice.

Get help with writing your Will


Whether you're updating your Will or creating one for the first time, we're here to help. We have a number of free and discounted Will writing offers to suit your needs.

Read our handy checklist to help get you started, as well as our suggested wording to leave a gift to the NSPCC in your Will.

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Talk to us about your Will


If you're thinking about leaving a gift to the NSPCC, our friendly team are here to help.

Or if you've already left us a gift and have any questions, we'd love to hear from you.

Call us on 020 7825 2505 or email legacyinfo@nspcc.org.uk.


We always recommend using a solicitor or legal professional if you're thinking of writing or amending your Will. But we can help with any questions you have about leaving a gift to the NSPCC. We can:

  • discuss how you might like your gift to be spent
  • arrange a visit to a local project so you can see the difference your legacy will make
  • explain the different types of legacy gifts and their benefits
  • talk you through our Will writing offers
  • help you find a solicitor.

If you’re executor for an estate with a gift left to the NSPCC, we can help. We understand that administering an estate can be a complex task - our Legacy Management team are here to support you. Call us on call 020 3772 9728 or email legacies@nspcc.org.uk.

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