Why I left a gift in my Will

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Peter Harrison, explains why he decided to leave a gift to the charity in his Will
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‘I’ve put a gift in my Will to the RNLI because it helps train and equip lifeboat crews. What they do is so brave and so deserving of support.

‘I’ve made the gift in my Will many years ago. It’s a big family tradition. My grandmother and both my parents left money to the RNLI in their Wills. A legacy is a way of continuing lifetime support.

‘The RNLI is my favourite charity, simple as that. It saves lives, and it saves lives every day. It also helps people in places like Bangladesh – the number of people who drown each year is appalling. And we’re spending very small amounts of money for great impact there.

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‘It is really very easy to include a gift in your Will to the RNLI, I just asked a solicitor to do it for me and, there it is, a gift to the RNLI all sorted. It’s a very efficient way of leaving money. I feel great satisfaction that I’m doing something that is important, that’ll save lives.

‘I would encourage others to leave gifts in Wills so that the RNLI can continue its lifesaving work.‘

Find out how to write or update your Will, or request our free Gifts in Wills guide here or call us on 0300 300 0124.

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Last modified: June 10, 2021

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