Gifts in Wills pay for around half of our work to help people with tinnitus

The majority of the research projects we have commissioned this year would not be possible without kind donations made in Wills.

When you are writing your Will, it is of course important to consider your family and friends first, but if you feel able to leave something to the British Tinnitus Association once you have made provision for them, you can be assured that you will be leaving a long-term legacy to offer hope and support to people with tinnitus now and in the future.

Did you know?

Currently, 40% of people will die without a Will. Many putting it off until a later date, which could lead to significant legal costs, and a lot of stress for the family left behind.

Types of gifts

You can choose to leave the following types of gifts in your Will:

Share of your estate

You can leave anything from 1% to 100% of your estate, once your family and friends are taken care of. Also known as a residual gift.

Cash gift

A fixed sum of money known as a pecuniary gift.

Specific gift

You may choose to leave a specific item in your will, such as jewellery, a car or shares.

Free online Will service for our supporters

You can write your Will online in 30 minutes with professional support from Farewill, the largest Will writer in the UK. Available to supporters in England and Wales. Write your Will with Farewill here.

Contact us

If you are interested in leaving a gift to the British Tinnitus Association, we have lots of information to help you. Please use the links below to find out more, or contact David on 0114 250 9933 or [email protected]  if you have any specific questions and we will be delighted to answer them.

We recommend you use a solicitor to help you make your Will, to ensure that it is legally valid and your wishes will be carried out exactly as you want.

Why I'm leaving a legacy

Frequently Asked Questions 

Suggested wording for leaving a gift in your will to the BTA 

Codicil wording for amending existing gifts 

Information about gifts in Wills to charity and tax