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Remember A Charity Week

Remember A Charity Week is an annual awareness week designed to promote legacies and encourage more people to consider leaving a gift to charity when writing a will.

Billed as potentially one of the biggest cross-charity campaigns in the UK, charities across the country work together during the week to encourage people to take a moment to think about their favourite charity and what a legacy could do for them.

Established in 2009, Remember A Charity Week has reached over 21 million people in its very first year alone. Celebrities including Margaret Mountford, Dame Judi Dench, Gordon Ramsay and Timothy Spall have also got involved and shown their support for the campaign.

This year’s Remember A Charity Week is set to be the best yet. Taking place from 12-18 September, the week will see the launch of the first ever International Legacy Giving Day on Tuesday 13 September. This year’s event will also double its retail activity through its membership, promoting gifts in wills through more than 3,000 charity shops.

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