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The National Free Wills Network

 

Making a Will is about protecting the future of the people and causes you care most about, giving you peace of mind today. Whether you’re writing a Will for the first time or updating an existing Will, it can be quick and easy and inexpensive.

The National Free Wills Network

Reverse Rett is a proud member of the National Free Wills Network.

This means that we can give you the opportunity to have your simple Will written or updated for free.

After taking care of your loved ones, it’s a fantastic opportunity to remember a cause that’s important to you, but there’s no obligation to do so.

How does the National Free Wills Network work?

It’s very simple:
1. Let us know that you’d like to take this opportunity – either register below, get in touch here, email beth@reverserett.org.uk or call 01614130585
2. With your permission, we pass your details securely on to the NFWN
3. Within 5 days, they send you a pack with all the info you need, including the details of several participating solicitors close to your home.
4. You make an appointment with your chosen solicitor, who follows your instructions to write/amend your Will.

Why leave a gift to Reverse Rett in your Will?

Today, a diagnosis of Rett Syndrome is a life sentence. It shatters families lives and represents a lifetime of being locked-in for the child it affects.

But we know that Rett Syndrome is reversible and we know that treatments and a cure are possible. It doesn’t have to be the life sentence it is now.

Only research can bring this change about; only funding can keep research happening.

Beyond the cure, critical work will continue: ensuring early diagnosis; advocating for all those with Rett Syndrome to receive life-changing treatments; facilitating access to treatments for patients young and old, across the globe.

Your gift can transform lives for generations to come.

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