Making a Will is a big step. If you’ve been putting it off, then you’re not alone: Half the adult population in the UK have never made a Will.

But in January, for two weeks, you’ll be able to have your Will drafted in return for a small donation to Enham Trust.

Enham Trust’s ‘Make a Will fortnight’ runs from 11th January to 22nd January. During this time, the charity’s network of friendly solicitors will waive their usual fee when they draft your will, in exchange for a donation to Enham Trust.

This innovative scheme allows you to plan for the future whilst helping to give the gift of independence to some of Enham Trust’s 7,500 disabled clients.

Simon Weston OBE is an ambassador for Enham Trust:

“In 1982 I was badly injured in the Falklands conflict. My life changed for ever that day. None of us know what each day will bring, but we can plan for the unknown by making a Will. If ever there is a good time to prepare your Will, this is it. It’s an effective way to ensure that your family is provided for.”

All funds raised will go towards the charity’s vital cause; supporting disabled and disadvantaged people across the country so they can live lives of choice, control, and independence.

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