Leave a gift in your will to Shelter – and give people change
We’re in a housing emergency. Millions of lives are being ruined. We need change. Real change.
We need the kind of change that will define a new era – one where millions of people can find a safe place to call home.
You can help make real change happen – with a gift in your will to Shelter.
1. Get your free guide
Get your guide to gifts in wills and all the practical information you need to leave a gift in your will to Shelter.
2. Write your will for free
Use our partner will writing services to write or amend your will for free – with expert support.
3. Let us know
If you’re comfortable, we’d love to hear if you’re planning to leave a gift in your will to Shelter – and say thank you.
Why leave a gift in your will
By including a gift in your will to Shelter, you can give families like Sarah’s real change.
After Sarah’s mother passed away, her family were evicted from the home they shared. For three years, they found themselves in temporary accommodation, often without heating, light or hot water.
When Sarah got in touch with Shelter, she was able to access tailored advice that meant she finally found a safe, secure social home.
No family should have to live through that. But 101,300 households are living in temporary accommodation in England. The highest level in almost 20 years.
We need change. Real change. A gift in your will could help make it happen.
What your gift could do
A new generation of social homes
Your gift could help bring about a historic renewal of social housing so that, in the future, everyone has a place to call home.
Fight for housing rights
Your gift could help our support services stand shoulder to shoulder with people as they fight for their housing rights, taking on injustices like unfair eviction.
Force through new rent reform laws
Your gift could help fuel the campaign for renters’ rights, and protect people from exploitation and unsafe housing.
Create a movement
Your gift could help galvanise a movement that defines a new era. A movement that forces the government to recognise the housing emergency – and take action to end it.
As a social worker, I supported families who were struggling. I’ve seen the housing emergency first hand.
It’s a disgrace. But I believe that we can make change happen – and that’s why I’ve included a gift in my will to Shelter.
Will you join me?
Claire, Shelter supporter