Leave a gift in your will to The Prince's Trust
You can help turn a young person's life around with a gift in your will.
Leaving a gift in your will to The Prince’s Trust could make a lasting difference to the lives of vulnerable young people throughout the UK.
Each year, supporters like you help us to reach thousands of disadvantaged young people. By pledging a gift in your will, you can be there for future generations, helping them into jobs, education or training.
Every gift we receive, big or small, is important and gratefully received. A gift in your will is perhaps the most significant way you can help vulnerable young people. It’s often the most valuable gift you’ll give to a charity, and, because it’s not subject to inheritance tax, it can be cost effective too.
So, once you have taken care of those closest to you, please consider remembering The Prince’s Trust. You will be leaving an incredible legacy – ensuring that more vulnerable young people get the support they need to make something of themselves.
Find out how you can help
Browse our gift in will brochure (pdf, 380kb) to learn more about how a gift in your will can transform lives.
For more information please contact Gemma Craggs on 020 7543 1299 or email email@example.com
If you have already pledged to make a gift in your will, we’d like to thank you for your pledge and keep you up to date with our work.
To get in touch and request an information pack through the post, please fill in the form below.
How to leave a gift in your will
If you have not yet made a will
If you do not have a will at the moment, we advise that you consult a solicitor for professional advice.
Read through our jargon buster and common questions (pdf, 160kb) document to learn more.
If you have already made a will
If you have already made a will, but would like to leave a gift to The Prince’s Trust, you can do so by making a simple addition to your existing will called a codicil.
Download our codicil form (pdf, 108kb).
Further in-depth information on how to write a will can be found on the Gov.uk website.