Leave a gift in your Will

Make ending HIV stigma your legacy

Thank you for considering leaving a gift in your Will to National AIDS Trust.

Forty years have passed since the first deaths from AIDS-related illnesses. On the one hand, it’s impossible not to feel proud and hopeful of the huge progress that has been made.

Effective prevention and treatment are now freely available, so we don’t live under the same cloud of fear. With the right investment and focus, we can even see a possible end to new cases by 2030.

But the battle is far from over. Stigma and discrimination are still rife, and our community is more likely to live in poverty, be unemployed, feel isolated, and experience mental ill health.

Your Will is a precious chance to shape the future and it ensures we can continue to fight until there is equality.

What a gift in your Will can do.

With your support, we won’t rest while stigma and discrimination still exist. Your gift will help us fight for equality in care homes, in healthcare, in access to products and services, in the workplace, and so much more.

It will ensure the root causes of discrimination are tackled. It will change policies, practices, laws and public opinion until HIV no longer stands in the way of health, dignity and equality.

It will let us fight for an end to new HIV infections in the UK - a once in a lifetime opportunity.

Founded in 1987, we’ve been the driving force behind numerous key successes; you can help us do so much more.

National AIDS Trust has been the driving force behind groundbreaking changes in the past 35 years.

Register below for your gifts in wills guide and help create a future where HIV stigma is a thing of the past.

Types of gifts in a will.

If you choose to leave a gift in your Will, there are different types for you to choose from.


A residuary gift is a share of your estate. Your estate refers to everything you owned, including money in your bank account, investments, and physical belongings such as your property and furnishings. You can leave a specific percentage of the value of your estate after any taxes or costs have been subtracted.


A pecuniary gift is a fixed amount of money.


These are particular items, such as a house, stocks and shares or jewellery. Anything that's of financial value to you.  

How to leave your gift.

If you would like to leave a gift in your Will to National AIDS Trust, we strongly recommend you that you speak to a solicitor to ensure that your wishes will be carried out as you intend.

You will need to take the following details with you:

National AIDS Trust

Registered address: The Green House, Unit 3.9, 244-254 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9DA

Registered charity number: 297977 (England and Wales)

An example of wording you could use:
I leave my / X share (s) of my residuary estate for National AIDS Trust, The Green House, Unit 3.9, 244-254 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9DA, registered charity number 297977 (England and Wales), absolutely for its general charitable purposes and I declare that the receipt of the treasurer or other proper officer for the time being shall be a sufficient discharge to my executors.

Use our free will writing service

We’ve partnered with Kwil to offer our supporters the opportunity to write a free online will. The process takes as little as 30 minutes and all Kwil wills come with free lifetime edits.

You will be able to choose to leave a legacy donation to National AIDS Trust but this is completely optional.

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