While nobody likes to think about dying, it's important to make a will to ensure that your estate is distributed as you wish and your family and other beneficiaries are spared uncertainty, expense and legal difficulties. Making a will also provides an opportunity to support causes dear to you, which is why over a third of people include a legacy to charity.

 

Advantage Africa supporter Trish Roberts says

I’ve been moved by stories of Advantage Africa’s life-changing projects as well as their hard work and dedication so I decided to include them in my will. When it was signed and put away it gave me great peace of mind to know that I’ll be making a difference to the future of others and enabling them to have a better quality of life.

Our 'Legacy for Life' leaflet provides some simple guidance on making a will, different types of legacy and some sample wording. Please contact us with your name and address to request a copy.