How a gift in your will can help children
Much of the NSPCC's work is made possible thanks to supporters who kindly remember us in their wills
In fact, the NSPCC relies on these gifts for around one sixth of our income each year.
Since the NSPCC was founded in 1884, we have achieved a huge amount for children, protecting millions from cruelty, abuse and neglect.
Sadly though, despite today's society being radically different to that of in the nineteenth century, the emergence of new and different social pressures means that our work remains crucial. And with new technologies constantly emerging, new threats to children's safety continue to appear.
After you have taken care of your loved ones, a gift in your will could help to ensure that we can continue to be there for vulnerable children in the future.
We may not know exactly what the future holds, but we do know that the NSPCC will need to be there to protect children from tomorrow's challenges, whatever these may be.
You could help a child like Megan
Megan was just 11 when she was sexually abused by her half-brother.
Watch Megan's inspirational story and find out how the NSPCC helped to rebuild her life.
If you’d like to know more
Our friendly gifts in wills team can advise how we can help you leave a gift in your will. Fill in our online form and we'll be in touch.
Download our booklet about leaving a gift in your will (PDF, 542KB).
Read the answers to frequently asked questions about gifts in wills.
We are hugely grateful to anyone who considers leaving us a gift in their will, no matter how big or small. Our legacy charter (PDF, 92KB) outlines our promises to anyone considering supporting us in this way.
Free information pack
A gift in your will could help the NSPCC protect more children and allow them to fulfil their precious potential. Find out more by downloading our free pack.
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