Leave a Gift in your Will

By leaving a gift in your Will, you'll be supporting veterans as they find peace from war for years to come, even after you're gone. Take the first steps towards ensuring your legacy today.

A will is one of the simplest ways to ensure that your wishes are followed and that the future of the people and causes you care about most are provided for. To support Waterloo Uncovered, you could leave:

  • A share of your estate (residuary gift) – For example, you could  leave 25% or 1/3 of your estate to Waterloo Uncovered, after taxes, to continue supporting veterans.
  • A fixed sum (pecuniary gift) – You may want to leave a fixed amount of money to Waterloo Uncovered. If you choose to do this, you may want to consider linking it to inflation. Without this it could mean the true value of this gift may be less than you intended.
  • A specific item – You may wish to leave a meaningful or valuable possession or investment. This could include jewellery, an antique or shares, for example.
A gift in your Will to Waterloo Uncovered will help us provide support for those who have served their country when they need it the most.
Suggested Wording
If you choose to support Waterloo Uncovered with a gift in your will, the following wording may be helpful:
I give <the sum of £______> and/or <(all/specify fraction/% share) of the residue of my estate> and/or <specific item> to Waterloo Uncovered, registered charity in England and Wales (1168268) of 102 Parkway House, Sheen Lane, London, SW14 8LS for its general charitable purposes absolutely. I declare that the receipt of the honorary treasurer or other proper officer of the said charity shall be a full and sufficient discharge to my executors.

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