This September is 'Remember a Charity in your Will' month and we want to recognise the hugely important impact that donations left to our charity in wills make.

1 in 3 of our support dogs simply would not exist without the kindness of supporters who have left a donation in their will to us

This legacy left from by those who care about our work have been vital to our charity for almost 30 years. These donations have saved and transformed many lives lives.

If you are thinking of writing or updating your will, then please consider leaving a donation to Support Dogs in it. Even a donation of just 1% of your estate can make a real difference. We even offer a free will writing service and will be able to provide you with details of a number of solicitors in your local area who will be able to support you in how to write a will, either in person, by post or by phone at no cost to you. If you are interested please fill out the contact form.

Contact form for our free will writing service

Did you know?

  • Our epilepsy seizure alert dogs alert or save their client over 120 times a year
  • Demand for our disability assistance dogs have increase by over 70% over the past year
  • 100% of the parents of children who have benefitted from our autism dogs have said it has made their child safer and happier

Details you need to leave a donation to Support Dogs in your will
The key information you will need to include in your will to identify our charity as a beneficiary is our charity’s name which is Support Dogs and our registered charity number which is 1088281. You may also wish to include our postal address which is 21 Jessops Riverside, Sheffield, S9 2RX.

You can state if you would like the donation to help a specific area of our work. You can even request to have a future support dog puppy named after yourself. If you would like to speak with us about leaving a gift to support dogs please contact Danny Anderson on 0114 261 7800 or email [email protected]

Contact form for our free will writing service

"Why I have put a donation to Support Dogs in my will"  - Kym & Marley's story