Our free guide includes tips for writing a Will and suggested wording for a legacy gift.
Leaving a gift in your Will to CAFOD allows your faith, love and hope to continue for years to come. These special gifts really are acts of love, they have the power to transform lives and build a better world. By including a gift to CAFOD in your Will, you can make a lasting difference, and share your blessings with our global family.
Our free Will guide gives tips for writing a Will and suggested wording for a legacy gift. We also have a range of free Will-writing services for supporters. You can choose to meet face-to-face with a solicitor, speak over the telephone or write your Will online.
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We offer a free Will-writing service to help you make your Will and look after the people and causes you care about most.
Answers to frequently asked questions and information on different types of legacies.
Information for those dealing with a Will containing a gift to CAFOD
Find out more about our legacy events and register your interest.
Information you need for making your Will
If you’ve already decided you’d like to include a gift to CAFOD in your Will, thank you! The most important information you need is:
Our registered charity number: 1160384
Our registered address: Romero House, 55 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7JB
You may also find our suggested wording for your Will and the different types of legacy gifts you can leave helpful.
If you have any questions about gifts in Wills and CAFOD's work, call Lily Bliss on 020 7095 5367 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What’s so special about a gift in a Will?
A gift in your Will can help CAFOD respond quickly when emergencies strike. You'll help us commit to communities for the long-run, so people can overcome poverty and injustice. Your legacy gift won’t just provide life's essentials when people need them most, it'll also work to change the structures that keep people poor and stop communities from flourishing.
CAFOD is a member of the Your Catholic Legacy group, spreading the word about the difference gifts in Wills make to Catholic charities.