More than half of our voluntary income comes from gifts in wills, and without your generosity Mencap wouldn’t be able to help as many people with a learning disability as it does.
When you are making your will, your family and friends come first. But through leaving a gift, big or small, to Mencap you can make a massive difference in helping people with a learning disability live independent and fulfilled lives.
If you would like to speak to us before making your decision, we will call you. If you have already included Mencap in your will, we would like to thank you
Order our free booklet A Gift For The Future, which explains how important gifts in wills are to Mencap and details how to include a gift in your will
Find out more about how a gift in your will can make a difference or order our legacy booklet.
By leaving money in your will to Mencap, or naming us as one of the beneficiaries of a trust you set up, you can support people with a learning disability.
Joan and Ron Hammon left money to Mencap after their son Roger, who was born with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) died in his 20s.
Mencap's guide to understanding the legal language around wills, trusts and giving.