Isn't this a private matter?

Absolutely. We believe that the only way anyone should find out about the contents of your will during your lifetime is if you choose to tell them, and we will never ask you to tell us your wishes.

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How will my family feel about it?

It is important to consider how your family will feel about leaving a gift to charity in your will.

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I’m not a wealthy person; would anything I leave be helpful?

Every penny we can raise contributes towards the work we do. A gift left in a will only needs to be what you can afford - you decide on the amount.

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Will my money be put to good use?

Our aim is support people affected by HIV, so we use every gift in the way which will have the greatest benefit for people living with HIV in the South West.

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Can I choose which cause to remember?

Yes, we completely understand that there will be many causes that are important to you, and you may want to remember more than one charity in your will.

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Wouldn’t it be better to help now rather than later?

We are immensely grateful to anyone who chooses to support our work, whenever and however they choose to do so.

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What if I need to change my will?

Changing your will is a personal choice that you can make at any time - you don't have to share that information, and how you change it is up to you.

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I’ve decided to leave a gift to The Eddystone Trust. What do I need to tell my solicitor?

There is a simple format you can use to notify your solicitor about leaving a gift to the Eddystone Trust.

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