Free Wills Month March 2024

Remembering Seachange in your Will, after you have provided for loved ones, will enable us to preserve, maintain and organise more activities and events to support those who may be isolated in our community. You'll be able to create or update your will this March. Learn how to take part below.

Free Wills Month March 2024

How Free Wills Month Works

This March is Mind Free Wills Month. If you're 55 or over, you can write or update your Will with a local solicitor for free.

You don't have to make a gift to Seachange in your Will. But, by choosing to support our work you can help us make sure that no one has to face loneliness or isolation alone.

March Free Wills Month hasn't started yet. But you can still use our Free Will offer, which is available year-round with Kwil. When you pledge to leave a gift in your Will, you're making a lasting legacy that will help us continue to help those in need for generations to come.

Seachange is a member of the Kwil

Our Free Will Service, allows anyone 18+ to easily write or update a simple Will for free.

Most people who use the Free Will Service choose to pledge a gift to Seachange. They leave a gift because they want to make sure we can continue to tell the epic story of Seachange and those we’ve helped and to enable us to help more.

There are two main ways you may wish to include us in your Will

Residuary gift – This can be all or a percentage of your estate once all other bequests and costs have been deducted.

Pecuniary gift – This is a particular sum of money e.g. £3,000.

If you wish to amend your Will you can make changes to your Will using a codicil form. You must sign a codicil and get it witnessed in the same way as witnessing a Will. You can approach your solicitor directly about this.

To use our Free Wills service please click Kwil or email

You are under no obligation to pledge a gift to Seachange nor tell us if you choose to do so.

Free Wills Month March 2024

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