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Legacy

Our work isn't over.

For over 30 years, ADD International has been supporting some of the world’s most remarkable disability activists working on the front line of discrimination. We’ve stood alongside the disability movement as it has made huge strides towards tackling stigma, changing laws and improving the quality of life of disabled people worldwide.

But there's still a long way to go.

We need to show disability activists in Asia and Africa that they have the allies they need as they go forward in the future

Chris Underhill, Founder of ADD International

WHAT WILL YOUR LEGACY BE?

<p>Writing or amending a Will can be one of the most empowering things you ever do. We understand that family and loved ones will always take priority – remembering a charity in your Will doesn’t mean excluding others. Nor does a gift in your Will mean large amounts of money. A small gift can make a very real difference to our work.</p>

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Write your will for free

ADD International is offering a free will writing service with our partner JW & McClure Solicitors. 

You are not obliged to include a gift to ADD International when using the free will writing services, but if you do it costs you nothing now. Together we will create a world where no disabled person is forgotten, our legacy. 

To find out more contact Jade McShane on 07500 059 043 or email jade.mcshane@add.org.uk 

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A student and his teacher in Tanzania
A student and his teacher in Tanzania

Jan's gift to future generations.

"I recently retired and moved to a different part of the country - big changes that made me reflect on my life so far and about what will be my legacy. Leaving something to ADD International will be part of that. It's easy just to put a line in my Will, and I like to think that one day it will help bring relief and better life chances to someone in another part of the world."

An Education Officer in Tanzania

Get in touch.

If you have any questions, please get in touch. We understand how private legacy wishes are, so anything discussed will, of course, be kept confidential.