Making a Will

If you are considering World Horse Welfare in your Will, here is some information you may need.

If you are considering World Horse Welfare in your Will, here is some information you may need.

If you are in the first stages of writing your Will, or amending a Will you have previously written, the first thing we recommend is for you to talk to a solicitor. You may want to research your own solicitor who will be able to help you with every aspect of writing your Will and leaving a gift if you so choose.  

If you would like to leave a legacy to World Horse Welfare in your Will, firstly, thank you. Telling us about your intentions helps us plan for the future and keep you up to date with our work if you so wish. Please contact us to enquire about any further information you may need.  

Types of legacies

Pecuniary

A specific sum of money left as a gift in a will.

Residuary

A share or proportion of your estate- this is the amount left over after you have provided for family and friends, and all costs have been paid.

Specific

A specific item- this could be a piece of jewellery or a house, shares or land.

Charity details

This information may be of help anyone considering leaving a gift in their Will to help horses and to legal professionals and Will Writers.  

Charity name

World Horse Welfare

Registered Charity numbers

England and Wales – 206658
Scotland- SC038384

Registered address 

Anne Colvin House
Snetterton
Norwich
Norfolk
NR16 2LR

How every £1 you donate is spent

  • 70p directly helps horses
    70p
    Directly helps horses
  • 30p is for fundraising
    30p
    Is for fundraising
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