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Thank you for your interest in making a gift to Mind in your will. Any gift - however big or small - can make a real difference in the future, helping us continue our work to ensure that everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect.
Here you can find out more about making or updating your will and different gift options, order our free Wills Guide packed with useful information on wills, and register for our Free Will offer.
If you have any queries, please get in touch with our Wills Team on 0208 215 2243 or send us an email.
Choose from around 800 UK solicitors to make or update a simple will free of charge. And while we hope you consider a gift to Mind, there is no obligation.
Our offer is convenient, free and local, as most people will have a choice of solicitors no more than 15 miles from home. You and a partner can make or update simple wills together, both free with just one pack.
We've joined together with other UK charities to give you the opportunity to make or update a simple will - or simple joint wills with a partner - with a solicitor for free this March.
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We asked supporters who made, or updated their will through our Free Will offer for their view on the service they received. Many people have told us they found the materials in the pack useful, and these helped explain what they needed to do next, in order to complete their will using the offer. Find out what they said.
From explaining what a will is, to advice on providing for loved ones with mental health problems - take a look at our gallery of short films to find out more about wills and making a gift to Mind in your will.
Our short animation explains what a will is and why it's important to have one and keep it up to date.
Solicitor Gaynor explains the steps involved in making your will for the first time.
Do you already have a will and need to update it? Solicitor Gaynor explains the process.
Find out about ways to provide for loved ones with mental health problems in your will.
Making a gift to Mind in your will is a great way to help us continue to be there for anyone with a mental health problem in the future. Find out more in this short video.
When Pete needed support with his anxiety, he called our Infoline. Watch Pete tell his story.
We've received some inspiring, and positive stories from supporters about the experiences that they have had. Some have coped through adversity, used our services or have been the carer, and supported the best interests of a friend, or family member. Here you can read what motivated them to include a gift to Mind in their will.
Answers to your questions about wills: making a will with your partner; inheriting money; and how to get in touch if you're an executor or family member dealing with an estate.
This explains the different types of gifts, including our recommended wording, whether you're thinking of making a cash gift or a percentage of your estate.
Find out about how our Free Will offer works, how to register and what happens next.