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Leave a Legacy

Leaving a legacy in your Will is one of the best ways of ensuring that we can continue our valuable work. The Fragile X Society receives no government funding and relies entirely on donations, legacies and grants. A gift in your Will, however small or large, can help ensure we can always be here for individuals and families affected by Fragile X.

Fragile X Society has teamed up with Freewills to offer a free Will-writing service for our members.  


How Does it Work?

By making a Will, you can ensure that your wishes, and the people and causes you care about, are provided for. After providing for your family and friends, remembering Fragile X Society in your Will means that we will be able to carry on the work of supporting people affected by Fragile X. By leaving a gift to Fragile X Society you can shape the future, ensuring that we are always here to provide support, information, resources, events, and a listening ear.

Every single gift is vital to the Fragile X Society and we appreciate any gift you choose to leave us. Whatever the value of your gift, it will go a long way to help someone who needs us and make a lasting and positive difference to the support we can offer.


We've partnered with to provide all our supporters with the opportunity to make their own fully-comprehensive Will for free.


With award-winning online service, you can make a free, legally-binding Will in just fifteen minutes. Each Will is checked by their legal experts and your Will can be updated quickly and easily for free, forever.

What Do You Need to Do?

You can make your personalised Will online in three simple steps, with live support from their Will specialists. Alternatively, you can telephone FreeWills on 0800 612 8352.    

There's no obligation to leave a gift to us, but we hope that you do so to enable us to continue our important work.


Find out more here, including answers to frequently asked questions.


In Memory of a Loved One

A Tribute Fund can be a wonderful way to honour the memory of a loved one. Whether it is a preferred gift in lieu of flowers at a funeral, or a dedicated challenge to train and fundraise to achieve a meaningful goal that you know will have made them proud. 


Many families choose to use the online giving platform JustGiving, where you can set up a personalised page in memory of your loved one.  Alternatively, you may prefer to make an online donation direct or send a cheque.  


If you need any support, guidance or advice, just let us know by contacting us at 

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