By leaving a gift in your will, you can help ensure that United Response can continue to support some of the most vulnerable people living in the UK.

We currently reach over 3000 people with learning disabilities, physical disabilitiesmental health needs, dementia and autism, supporting an increasing number of people with complex needs that other organisations cannot always reach.

Remembering United Response in your will can be life-changing for the people we support. For those who are able, you can ensure someone who wants to work can learn the skills to help them into employment, or help young adults make choices to go to university or college.

For the large number of people we support with more complex needs, you can help fund a piece of equipment which can greatly enhance their lives. For someone who has little or no verbal communication, a piece of equipment to communicate even the simplest of needs is vital. You can help fund projects which reduce isolation and help people make connections in their community by increasing others’ understanding of disability and mental health. With your help, we can give someone their independence.

All of what we do circles around helping people make choices about their lives, choices that they never realised were an option for them before.

Let’s work together to keep to ensure people with disabilities, mental health needs, autism and dementia, can live the lives they deserve long in to the future.

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Remember A Charity

Remember a charity in your will. Help the work live on...
United Response is proud to be a member of Remember A Charity, a consortium of over 140 charities working together to encourage more people to consider leaving a charitable gift in their will, after they’ve looked after their family and friends.

Gifts in wills are an important part of the funds raised every year by UK charities. Despite this, while 74% of the UK population support charities, only 7% currently leave a gift to them when writing a will.

The Remember A Charity website contains lots of information and guidance for those thinking about leaving a gift to charity in their will, including a downloadable Will-Writing Guide and a directory of Wills and probate solicitors.