General information about making or changing your Will.

If you choose to include a gift to us in your Will, we would be very grateful. Any gift, large or small, helps to fund more vital research and drives us closer to bringing about the first life-changing dementia treatment. If you do choose to include a gift to us in your Will, it’s important to include our full name, Alzheimer’s Research UK, and our registered charity number, which is 1077089 in England and Wales, and SC042474 in Scotland.

Gifts in Wills are a vital source of income for Alzheimer’s Research UK, funding one in three of our groundbreaking research projects. We fund more research than any other dementia charity in the UK, meaning any gift, even just 1% of your estate, would make a big difference to dementia research.

For general information about making or changing your Will, download our brochure ‘A guide to making or amending your Will’.

A guide to making your will

A guide to making or amending your Will

This guide explains what’s involved in making or updating a Will, as well as highlighting things to consider if you or a loved one have dementia. And if you believe, like we do, that research can bring about life-changing breakthroughs – you can find everything you need to know about supporting Alzheimer’s Research UK with a gift in your Will.

Already included a gift in your Will?

If you’re already included a gift in your Will to Alzheimer’s Research UK, thank you so much. We’d love to hear why you chose to support us in this way, and sharing your story can help to encourage others to do the same. If you’re interested in sharing your story, please get in touch by emailing or calling 01223 896 606.

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Codicil Form

You can download our Codicil form to amend an existing Will in order to add a cash gift to Alzheimer’s Research UK. If you are thinking of making our updating your Will, we always recommend you seek legal advice.

Will Planner

Are you visiting your solicitor soon? Print and complete our Will Planner to prepare for the questions your solicitor will ask at your appointment.