Write your will for free today
You can write your will for free through our partner Farewill.
Give the gift of hope today
We understand that your loved ones come first when writing or updating your will. Leaving a gift of any size could become the turning point for someone, giving them the courage and strength to move forward.
After struggling with addiction and experiencing homelessness for 13 years, Andy was supported by St Mungo's and began his recovery journey. Subsequently, Andy became an apprentice with St Mungo's and after completing our Steps-into-Management programme, progressed to a Deputy Manager, where he used his lived experience to help others.
“A gift in your will means more than a meal and a place to stay tonight. It could inspire hope and provide new opportunites for clients to pursue.”
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This offer is open to anyone, above the age of 18, who would like to make their will. This offer is for simple or mirror wills and covers property. However if your estate is complicated you may be charged an extra fee, so it may be best to enquire when contacting them.
If you have any further questions feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It may be easier to make a new will, but you can also update your existing will. Generally, it’s a good idea to review your will every five years, and update it at milestones during your lifetime, such as getting married or having grandchildren.
You can write joint or mirror wills, which are wills that are very similar to each other. If you and your partner would like wills that are quite different, you should each claim the offer separately.
To leave a gift in your will to St Mungo’s, you just need the following:
Our official charity name: St Mungo Community Housing Association
Address: 3 Thomas More Square, Tower Hill, London, E1W 1YW
Registered charity number: 1149085
You can also request our Gift in Wills guide by filling out this form.
For example, you could leave:
- A share or part of your estate, known as a residuary gift.
- A fixed sum of money, known as a pecuniary gift.
- A specific gift, such as a stocks or shares.
Your details are completely confidential and we won’t know the contents of your will. However, we may be informed that you have used the free will service.
If you do decide to leave us a gift, we would love for you to let us know. We’d like to express our gratitude towards you, and it will also help us to plan for the future.
There is no obligation to leave us a gift in your will. However, once you have ensured that your loved ones are taken care of, you may consider leaving a gift to help lift people out of poverty and homelessness, providing them with hope for a better future.
The cost of your simple or mirror will is covered by St Mungo’s. We pay a discounted rate to our partners. As there are a limited number of wills we can provide, please register early to avoid disappointment.
St Mungo’s cannot act as an executor, as unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to do so.