Write or update your Will for free
Write or update your Will for free today and help bring hope to future generations of seriously ill children like Anaiah-Grace.
Gifts left to the charity in people’s Wills have been helping children like Anaiah-Grace, who was diagnosed with a rare mitochondrial disorder which affects her muscles, including her heart.
Any gift left to the charity in a Will, no matter how large or small, will help us to fund pioneering research and state-of-the-art equipment, rebuild and refurbish wards and facilities, and provide child and family support services at the hospital. Once you’ve taken care of your loved ones, a gift of just 5% of your estate could transform a child’s life.
We’ve teamed up with two Will-writing services that are simple and free for you to write a straightforward Will.
1. Local participating solicitor
You can now write or update your Will for free with a local participating solicitor. To request your free Will pack please contact The National Free Wills Network: Call: 0800 011 2030 (Mon–Fri 9am–5pm) Email: email@example.com
2. Specialist Will-writing service
You can now use our specialist FREE Will-writing service (England and Wales only) by choosing either a home-visit, video or telephone appointment. To book an appointment with The Goodwill Partnership:
- Call: 01492 510340
- Text: GOODWILL10 to 60777
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Visit: www.thegoodwillpartnership.co.uk/gosh/
Once your appointment is completed you will receive your Will from one of The Goodwill Partnership’s independent qualified solicitors. Quote GOSH Charity for your free Will-writing service.
A legacy donation
With any of the services, there's no obligation to leave a gift in your Will to GOSH Charity. We hope you'll be inspired to kindly leave a legacy donation to the hospital.
Beyond use an in-house legal expert to double check every Will. The National Free Wills Network and The Goodwill Partnership only use solicitors in good standing with the Law Society of England and Wales, who are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
If you need more information about our free Will-writing services, please read our frequently asked questions.