Leave a lasting legacy

Include the gift of energy in your will

Gifts in wills can transform lives for generations. Each gift will bring off-grid renewable energy solutions to the most remote and underserved communities, empowering them to achieve sustainable and resilient lives.

The impact of access to clean and reliable energy is life-changing. It can help end extreme poverty and reduce climate change, and should be readily accessible to all. Gifts in wills can help make this a reality.


Make a free online will

With makeawillonline.co.uk, we offer a free online wills service.

All wills are checked by a qualified solicitor and to help us with our campaign, details of your gift will be shared with us (the amount of any gift and the date you made the will).

You can also let us know directly if you have left a gift to Renewable World in your will, by contacting getintouch@renewable-world.org. This will allow us to thank you and to keep you updated with information about how your gift will be shaping our future programmes.


If you already have a will…

If you already have a will and want to leave a gift to us, contact your solicitor and let them know your intentions. You can work with them to either (a) make a new will or (b) make a shorter and less expensive “codicil”.

Please ensure that your solicitor uses our full details: “Renewable World”, our charity number: 1119467, and our registered address: Community Base, 113 Queens Rd, Brighton BN1 3XG.


If you don’t currently have a will…

If you haven’t already made a will, you can make one and leave a gift of a specific amount of money or a proportion of your estate to us. Once your family and friends are catered for, anything you can provide us will make a huge difference to our work. Did you know that there’s an inheritance tax incentive for people who leave up to 10% of their estate to charity?

If your estate is liable for inheritance tax (see here), we suggest you speak to your solicitor to discuss making a will and leaving a gift to us. If you don’t have a solicitor, you can go to http://solicitors.lawsociety.org.uk to search for a local solicitor.

If you have complicated needs in your will – for example: dependent relatives/ friends, property overseas, trust income or ongoing legal issues – we suggest you speak to a solicitor.


About our free online wills offer

To help us with our campaign, details of your legacy will be shared with us: your name, your contact details, the amount of the legacy and the date you made the will.

If you would prefer not to share this information with us, you can still make a will and leave a legacy to us by paying for the will directly yourself.

Whatever you choose, and whether or not you tell us, we are very grateful indeed for your support. If you want to see other ways to support us, click here.

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