Vision & Mission
Yet, not everyone is aware of this way of supporting the charities they love, or know where to get started.
Around the world, people leave gifts to charities in their wills to support a cause, honour a loved one, or be remembered for something that matters to them. Many charities rely on these gifts to create a bigger impact and to thrive in the long term.
Your most impactful gifts start here. Start by making a will today.
Our vision is a world where everyone can leave a legacy and make a lasting impact on the causes closest to their hearts.
Our mission is to make it easy for you to give and charities to receive the most impactful gifts.
What's the story you wish to leave behind?
What do you care about?
Do you believe in the importance of fighting against poverty? Have you supported organisations that save lives of the vulnerable? Have you ever been on the receiving end of charitable assistance, or perhaps advocated for causes that would radically transform the suffering lives and future of many? Have you ever been inspired by other peoples' selfless acts of kindness and wished you could contribute more?
Whether it's an established organisation that responds to global disasters and humanitarian crises, or a small animal shelter that picks up and gives warmth to homeless animals, there are always people who work tirelessly on missions that you care about.
Be the change you want
to see in the world.
Leaving a gift in your will to a charity could make a big difference for many generations to come.
What would be your reasons for making a gift?
Make a mark in history. Pass on your passions, values and beliefs to future generations.
Support a Cause
Continue to fight for the cause you believe in, and make the world a better place.
Honour a Loved One
Make the gift in the name of someone you care deeply about, symbolising a forever token of love.
Make a will in 30 minutes
Submit your wishes through an online form, or call our hotline from the comfort of your home. When the will is ready, it will be mailed directly to you for signing.
Written by Lawyers
Each will is drafted and vetted by a qualified lawyer in our network to ensure that your wishes are accurately reflected, and to give you a peace of mind.
Connect with the Charity
Give us consent, and we will pass your contact details to the charity you support so they can thank you and keep in touch.
In 3 simple steps
Answer a few simple questions
Call our hotline or fill in our online form to tell us your wishes. Apart from the details of your gift to charities, we will also collect your other wishes such as how to distribute your other assets, and who should take care of your children and pets when the time comes.
A lawyer to draft your will
A qualified lawyer in our network will then draft your will to ensure that your wishes are accurately reflected.
Sign your will
When your will is ready, it will be couriered to an address you provide. After receiving the will, all you need to do is sign it together with two witnesses to make the will legally binding. Both witnesses must be aged 18 or over, and they (or their spouses) must not be a beneficiary named in your will.
Make your most impactful gift today.
No matter what causes you support, your gift will surely leave a forever dent in the world for many generations to come.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does a will do?
A will is important regardless of how much assets you have. On one hand your can provide support for your loved ones, and make gifts to organisations you support. On the other hand, having a will ensures that your wishes are made clear to friends and family, reducing the chances of future disputes, and the unnecessary pressure and costs involved.
What happens if I don't write a will?
Is my will legally binding?
To make your will legally binding, you need to sign a hardcopy of the will that we provide to your address, alongside two witnesses.
What if I already have a will? Can I revise the will by adding a gift to a charity?
The most straightforward way is to make a brand new will. Make sure you destroy the old will to avoid confusion in the future.
Can I call you to make a will, instead of filling in a form?
Yes, okease reach us on +852 5468 3635 so we can arrange a representative to assist you.
Can I choose not to leave any gifts to charities?
Yes. However, 可以，但這項免費服務的出現，全賴慈善機構的支持及一些義務律師的協助。因此，我們懇請你考慮捐贈一點遺產，延續你的善心，為世界爭取一個美好的將來。
What steps do I need to take after receiving the lawyer-drafted will?
Who should I pick as witnesses to my will?
A witness could be a friend, neighbour, colleague or anyone else who is above the age of 18. Make sure the witness or his/her spouse are not beneficiaries under your will.
How many witnesses are required to sign on my will?
Two. Both witnesses must be 18 years old or above. They or their spouses should not be beneficiaries under your will.
Are there any people who I should not pick as witnesses to my will?
Beneficiaries named in your will (e.g. if your will specifies that your daughter will receive your assets, then your daughter should not be a witness).
Spouses of your beneficiaries (e.g. if your will specifies that your daughter will receive your assets, your daughter's husband should not be a witness to your will).
Where should I store my will?
After signing your will, you need to keep it somewhere safe. Most people choose to keep their will alongside other important documents, in a filing cabinet, drawer or a safety deposit box at a bank.
When should I update my will?
We recommend reviewing your will every two years. This is to make sure that any changes in your circumstances are reflected in your will. This includes things like:
You have a new child or grandchild
You get engaged, married or divorced
You move house
You buy or sell any property
You inherit money or property
Any one of your executors, beneficiaries or guardians dies
You want to change any beneficiaries
You want to add a specific gift or message to someone you love
Is it possible to change my will in the future?
Absolutely. If there are any changes in your circusmatcnes, which should be reflected in your will, we suggest that you make a brand new will. Make sure you destroy the old will to avoid confusion in the future.