Leaving a legacy to IMPACT is an enduring gift and will help us to prevent and treat needless disability for future generations.

We think very carefully about how we use every bequest to ensure that the special gifts entrusted to our care are invested wisely to benefit this and future generations.

With our partner makeawillonline.co.uk, we offer a free online wills service. All wills are checked by a member of the Society of Will Writers. To help us with our campaign, details of your legacy will be shared with us: your name, your contact details, the amount of the legacy and the date you made the will. We will contact you to thank you and to keep you updated with information about us.

You can make a will and leave a legacy to us without sharing this information by paying for the will directly yourself.

If you already have a will…

If you do already have a will and want to leave a gift to us, contact your solicitor and let them know your intentions.  You can work with them either to (a) make a new will or (b) add a shorter and less expensive “codicil”.

Please ensure that your solicitor uses our full name: IMPACT Foundation, our charity number: 290992, and our registered address: 151 Western Road Haywards Heath RH16 3LH.

If you don’t currently have a will…

If you have not already made a will you can make one and leave a gift of a specific amount of money or a proportion of your estate to us and other charities. Once your family and friends are catered for, anything you can provide us will make a huge difference to our work.

Did you know that people who leave more than 10% of their estate to charity receive inheritance tax benefits?

If your estate is liable for inheritance tax, we suggest you speak to your solicitor to discuss making a will and leaving a gift to us. If you do not have a solicitor, you can search for one.

If you have complicated needs in your will – for example: dependent relatives/ friends, property overseas, trust income or ongoing legal issues – we suggest you speak to a solicitor.

The information on this page is not exhaustive and we recommend taking independent professional advice when writing your will.