Leave a gift in your will
Please consider leaving a gift in your will to Interact Worldwide.
Every year support legacies (gifts a person can leave to charities in their wills) make up a significant proportion of our income from individuals, helping to sustain our work and plan for the future.
We’re working towards a world where even the most vulnerable get sexual and reproductive healthcare; where every pregnancy is wanted and every birth is safe; and where people can protect themselves against HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
Leaving a legacy can have lasting benefits:
- Whether it’s in terms of lives saved,
- Infections prevented,
- Or, unwanted pregnancies avoided.
Legacies mean we can continue to run ambitious programmes like Closing the Gaps, which will help over 435,000 women in rural Ethiopia, Malawi and Uganda.
Writing or amending your will can be simple and straightforward.
We understand that leaving a legacy in your will is a significant, very personal commitment and that looking after loved ones will be a priority.
Leaving a gift in your will can have a huge impact, helping us make sure that vulnerable people get the healthcare they need, and can enjoy a healthier future.
Below you can find a link to Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs service website official information on legacy giving and where to go for appropriate advice on this great way of supporting a charity.
If you decide to write or amend your will, you’ll need to contact your local solicitor to make an appointment. He or she will be able to make all the arrangements for you.