At All We Can, our work serving some of the world’s most vulnerable and marginalised communities is enabled by an enduring love, which flows from one generation to the next. It is through this passing on of love – from mother to daughter, father to son, friend to stranger – that we find the tools we need to face the challenges that may come our way.
Your Will is an opportunity to give the gift of enduring love. A gift in your Will to All We Can is a gift which can help end hunger, enable access to education, bring clean water and ensure sustainable livelihoods for people living in some of the world’s poorest communities.
Please consider leaving a gift in your Will to All We Can
For more information and how to include All We Can in your Will, please click the buttons below to either download a copy of the guide online or order a physical copy of the guide to your door.
Our promise to you
A legacy to All We Can is a promise of a better future for our global neighbours in some of the world’s poorest communities. It is a promise to witness in Christ’s love, as together, we bring an end to inequality and injustice.
Start your Will today – for free
You can start writing your Will for free through our partner Bequeathed. All We Can is offering this service through Bequeathed as our way of saying ‘Thank you’ for your support and commitment.
This service can also be used to amend an existing Will and there is no obligation to leave a gift to All We Can if you change your mind.
If you are already in touch with a solicitor or professional advisor, all you need to do is give them the following information. It’s that simple.
Charity name: All We Can (Methodist Relief and Development Fund)
Address: 25 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5JR, UK
Registered charity number: 291691
You can find more information from:
- Citizens Advice for advice on creating a will and why it’s important.
- HMRC for the basics of inheritance tax.
- GOV.UK for an overview of creating a will.
- The Law Society for help with finding a solicitor in your area.
- You can also always speak to a friendly member of staff by emailing email@example.com or calling us on +44 (0)20 3758 7700.