We all know the importance of writing a will, which is why Kwil has partnered up with Tools with a Mission to give you the opportunity to write your will online in as little as 30 minutes.
Writing a will can seem a daunting prospect, but it doesn’t have to be. It can be a very precious time when we remember the people closest to us and the things we care about most. For many of us this means ensuring our family are financially provided for and receive precious items. It can also mean remembering the charities that we want to continue to support. After you have looked after your family, you may wish to leave a legacy to TWAM recipients.
'I remember, some years ago, sitting down with my wife Linda and dividing our estate between the people we love and the charities we support. When we added up our potential estate, especially the sale of our home, it was genuinely amazing to think of all the good we could do. We realised that even a small percentage could mean amazing transformation for small charities and for that we are so grateful.' - Mike Griffin, Chief Executive, TWAM
Another way of supporting TWAM in your will is to leave your much loved tools to our mission. The words we hear time and time again are ‘I wanted to leave my tools to my family, but my children aren’t interested and I would hate to see them go in a skip.' This vital gift will enable us to help more people break free of poverty through sustainable livelihood creation.
In addition to ticking off something you have been meaning to do for a long time, you will also be helping to support Tools with a Mission, as Kwil will donate 50.00% of each sale made back to the charity.
If you’d prefer to speak to someone then you also have the option to call one of our will writing experts on 0800 061 4934, they will be able to take you through the process over the phone.
Start writing your will with Kwil today and know you’ll have helped Tools with a Mission make a real difference to people’s lives.
Kwil – The simplest way to write your will.
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