do I make a Will?
you need to do is contact your solicitor and financial
adviser, and they'll sort everything out for you.
Explain that you want to include the Green in your
Will - your adviser should be happy to help with this.
should I leave? You could leave money, an item
of value (e.g. jewelry, property or shares), or the
'residue' - what's left after you've provided for
your close relatives and friends. Including a charity
in this way is particularly valuable as it keeps pace
often a good idea to specify a proportion rather than
an actual amount, as it's very difficult to predict
what your estate will be worth or how much you'll
need for yourself and your dependants in the meantime.
Rest assured, whatever you can afford will be gratefully
received and will make a real difference to the future
work of the Trust.
I need to let the Green know? Wills are private,
and you may not want anyone to know what's in yours.
However, we will be delighted to hear you're supporting
our future work, and it doesn't place you under any
obligation. Anything you say will be treated in strictest
much will it cost? This varies depending on how
complicated your estate is but the average is between
£50 - £100.