Leave a Legacy

Every 15 minutes someone in the UK begins to lose their sight. At Action for Blind People we offer practical help and support for people of all ages, including activities for children, young people and their families, help with finding or retaining a job and benefit and housing advice.

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Gifts in Wills help us to provide our essential services. Your legacy gift will transform lives and help us create a brighter future for people with sight loss.

If you have any questions, please email us at legacyservices@rnib.org.uk or call 0845 600 0313 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm).

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Helping you to prepare your Will

Writing your Will lets you decide what happens to your money, property and possessions after your death.

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Reasons to leave

Reasons to leave Action a legacy

A gift in your Will is a great way to continue your support; it doesn't cost a penny now, it's easy to do and you'll help people living with sight loss in the future.

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Tell us if you've left a gift in your Will

Thank you for choosing to support our work with a legacy gift.

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Thank you for your legacy gift

These pages are exclusively for you, our highly valued pledgers. You can find out more about how your legacy gift is helping blind and partially sighted people live independent lives and discover our

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Legacy professionals

This is a guide for legal professionals to use when making or amending Wills for clients who are blind or partially sighted.

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Remember a Charity in your Will Week

Leaving us a gift in your Will is a way of helping us to continue helping blind and partially sighted people.

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