Leaving a gift in your will
Leaving a gift in your will, no matter the value of that, will help us to continue supporting people living with mental distress and believe they have the right to lead independent, fulfilling lives as part of their communities. We’re very grateful for all contributions like this we receive.
How to remember Together in your will
You can make a specified gift or attach an ‘expression of wishes’ letter to your will. This is an opportunity to say, for example, that you’d like donations to charity instead of flowers at your funeral service. It lets your executors know what to do, although it is not usually legally binding.
Name: Together for Mental Wellbeing
Address: Together for Mental Wellbeing, 52 Walnut Tree Walk, London, SE11 6DN
Registered charity number: 211091
You don’t have to but it’s recommended you seek professional advice to help you draft your will correctly. You can find a local solicitor through the Remember A Charity website. You can also look at the Government’s Directgov website for more information about how to make a will.
If you have any questions about remembering Together in your will please email us at email@example.com.