It’s a difficult subject, but thinking about your will can offer peace of mind to your family and friends, and can help them to carry out your wishes. It’s never too late to make a valuable difference to others when you leave a legacy in your will to Devon Air Ambulance.
Leaving a legacy that will make a positive impact on the lives of others is also a fantastic way to celebrate your life and ensure that an essential lifesaving service is available for generations to come.
We understand that we only receive this special donation because of someone’s loss. That’s why we always endeavour to respond to these sorts of donations, and the families making them, with sensitivity, care and compassion.
If it were not for our founder's own story of personal loss then Devon Air Ambulance wouldn't exist. Read her story here.
We've answered some of your most frequently asked questions about leaving a legacy below (scroll down).
Answers to your questions about wills
Wills Month: A lasting legacy: Our founder's story
Wills Month: What do those who are remembering us in their wills say?
Wills Month: A chat with legal mind, Ian Hunt, about why he's donating his support
Wills Month: You don't have to be a medic to save a life
Wills Month: Talk to family, talk to friends, then talk to a solicitor
Wills Month: Your legacy can help a loved one and the loved ones of others
Wills Month: The lifeline of a DAA supporter