Leave a Gift in your Will – Live On  

A gift in your Will is far more than a simple transaction. It is a symbol of your beliefs and expresses your desire for these beliefs to continue long after you are gone. By leaving a gift for Framework in your Will, you will be enabling us to continue to empower the people we exist to support long into the future. This level of support is priceless because, like you, we believe that everyone has the right to a better future. No matter the size, a gift can make a huge difference – whether that is a modest cash sum or a percentage of your estate.

Why I left a gift

“Leaving a legacy gift is a way of continuing the things we feel are important in life. I’m confident our legacy gift is in safe hands and will directly help people who are marginalized or suffering.”




What should you do next?

We are working in partnership with Freewills.co.uk, a trusted member of the Society of Will Writers, who offer the opportunity to write an online Will entirely free of charge.

The process is very simple and you can edit your Will at any point in the future, giving you complete peace of mind. With a few easy clicks, you can leave a cash gift or a percentage of your estate for Framework. If you’re ready to write your Will now, follow this link: Freewills

If you are thinking of supporting us in your Will, we are here to answer any questions you may have. We would also love to hear from you if you do decide to leave us a gift in your Will so that we can talk to you about how your gift will help the people we exist to support.

To find out more, contact Matt Cooke on 0115 970 9558 or email matt.cooke@frameworkha.org

If now isn’t the right time to write your Will but you would still like to support us, you can make a donation here:


Online pledge

If you have already remembered Framework in your Will then there is no obligation to tell us, but we would love to hear from you. You can tell us by using our online pledge form, but rest assured that anything you do tell us will be treated in the strictest confidence and is not legally binding in any way.