Free Will Service

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We have partnered with the National Free Wills Network to offer a free will-writing service for people aged over 55.

By using the Free Wills Network you can get free professional help drafting your will. We will put you in touch with a solicitor who will help you make or amend a simple will at no cost. If you include a gift to Fight for Sight, you can keep working to stop sight loss long after you are gone. 

Get your will written or updated – free of charge 

The National Free Wills Network, of which we are a part, is a free service that enables Fight for Sight supporters to have their will written or updated by local solicitors.  

With a professionally written will, you’ll get immense peace of mind – that great feeling that comes from knowing you’ve completed an important task and that you’ve taken care of your family and loved ones. You will also have an opportunity to make a lasting impact on the future of eye research by including a gift to Fight for Sight.

With a gift to us in your will, you could leave a legacy of sight for generations to come. From common conditions like glaucoma and cataract to a host of lesser-known but equally devastating causes of sight loss, you could ensure that the research teams investigating treatments have the resources they need to make future breakthroughs.  

Three easy steps to make or amend your will, free of charge.

  1. For more information just give us a call on 020 7264 3900 or email and we'll be happy to help.
  2. The National Free Wills Network will send you more information and a list of participating solicitors in your area.
  3. Make an appointment for a free session – Fight for Sight will cover the cost, provided you have a simple will (there may be additional charges for more complex estates.) 
Contact us 

For more information we’ve created a downloadable guide to making or changing your will. Or just give us a call on 020 7264 3900 and our fundraising team will be happy to help.

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