Find out how to write or update your Will and see what a difference a gift to the RNLI can make with our free guide.
A gift in your Will is our protection at sea
Your gift in Will could help lifeboat crews save lives at sea.
Leaving a gift in your Will to the RNLI helps protect our selfless lifesavers when they launch to rescue others in their mission to save every one. 6 in 10 of our lifeboat launches are only possible thanks to kind legacy gifts. We need the help of generous supporters like you to save lives at sea.
If you are considering leaving a legacy to the RNLI, thank you. Any gift, large or small, makes a real difference.
Request our free Gifts in Wills guide to find out how to write or update your Will, get information on our free Wills service, and learn why your gift is vital to the RNLI's lifesaving work.
Why your legacy matters to the RNLI
Gifts in Wills help give our lifeboat crews everything they need to launch to the rescue and save lives at sea. Your gift will help provide lifeboat crews with the kit, training and lifeboats they need to launch to the rescue.
You can write or update your Will for free with the RNLI. If you are able to leave a gift to us, large or small, you'll be helping to save lives at sea.
6 in 10 Launches ARE ONLY POSSIBLE THANKS TO GIFTS IN WILLS
5,700+ Volunteers REQUIRE LIFESAVING TRAINING AND KIT
448 Lifeboats NEED TO BE MAINTAINED AND UPDATED
238 Stations REQUIRE LIFESAVING EQUIPMENT
Your support means I can save lives at sea. The training, kit, equipment - it’s all thanks to the generosity of supporters like you.
Your name on the side of a Legacy lifeboat
Yours is a legacy that will be remembered. If you do choose to remember the RNLI in your Will, after we have received your gift, your name will be added to the side of a legacy lifeboat alongside the names of others who have decided to support us in this special way. So when the brave lifeboat crews launch to the rescue, you will be right there alongside them on every shout.
I feel pretty good after making my Will because I know it’s going to do some good for somebody – it could save a life or two.