Whatever the future brings, a gift in your Will can help us to be here for people who need our support, always.
Every 90 minutes, someone in the UK or Republic of Ireland dies by suicide. And every death by suicide has a devastating impact.
Since 1953, Samaritans has been here for those who need us, no matter what, and your support is vital to help prevent people from reaching crisis point in future.
By remembering Samaritans in your Will, you keep on helping people who are struggling to cope. You could give someone the chance of a future. In every call for help, through every life rebuilt, your kindness will live on. A gift in your Will to Samaritans means we’ll be here. Always.
Hear from Julie Bentley, our CEO, on why she chose to leave Samaritans a gift in her Will
I hope my gift allows Samaritans to continue and expand in the future. The practice of listening is overlooked; I’m amazed at the way volunteers allow people to open up. We can’t all be a listener, but we can all do something. Leaving a gift in my Will is a way I can do my part.
Clara, retired teacher
Choosing who to include in your Will is one of the most important decisions you’ll make, and naturally, we understand that friends and family should come first. But for all those who’ll need us in the future, we’d love you to consider leaving a gift in your Will to Samaritans. You can provide a lifeline to generations to come.
Your gift might be in memory of a loved one so you may wish to ask your solicitor to make a note of this in your Will and let us know so we aware of who your special gift is in memory of.
Our promise to you
- Your Will is completely personal to you, so we’ll always respect your privacy
- Your loved ones will often come first; we understand that
- Your gift will be used where it’s needed most, doing the greatest good. We’ll treat your gift with care, sensitivity and respect
- You can change your mind about a gift in your Will at any time.
Need more help?
Please feel free to contact a member of our Gifts in Wills team by calling 03709 00 00 32 or emailing [email protected]
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