We continue a full national operation to get food to vulnerable people during the Covid-19 crisis.

Leave a gift in your will

If you are thinking about leaving FareShare a gift in your Will, thank you. By leaving FareShare a gift in your Will you will help us to continue our vital work, taking surplus food from the food industry and getting it onto the plates of vulnerable people.

Leaving a gift in your Will is a wonderful way to continue to support the causes you are passionate about in your lifetime, creating a lasting legacy.

How to leave FareShare a gift in your Will

Making a will and keeping it up to date is important. We suggest you seek legal advice when drawing up or making amendments to an existing will. A solicitor or member of the Institute of Professional Will Writers will be able to provide the best advice on the correct wording.

There are different ways you can leave FareShare a gift in your Will:

  • Pecuniary gifts: are specified sums of money or a percentage of the residue estate.
  • Specific gifts: are items such as a property, paintings, jewellery.
  • Residual gifts: are made up of what is left of the estate, or part of the remaining estate.

You don’t have to rewrite your whole Will if you decide to leave a gift to us. Your solicitor can add a codicil to your Will that lists all the changes you wish to make to your original Will.