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Order a free Legacy Pack

Our free Legacy Pack with tips and worksheets can help you make or amend your will. Also included are frequently asked questions, a glossary of legal terms, a feedback form, and stories from the people you are helping to support with your vital donations.

Download your legacy pack today 

You can also order a copy by ringing our Legacy Adviser, Peter Blum on 0300 200 1331, or by emailing him at

Free Will service

As an Oxfam supporter we want to offer you the chance to write or amend a simple Will free of charge. It's a great opportunity to make your first will, or update your current Will - without having to worry about the cost. You don't have to include Oxfam in your Will to take advantage of this free service but we would love it if you do.

To find our more please contact our Legacy Advisor Peter Blum on 0300 200 1331.

More information

Get in touch

We're always happy to help. If you have any questions about making or amending a Will, about Oxfam's work, or how we will use your legacy gift, please contact Nathaniel Micklem on 0300 200 1331.

Our promise

Your legacy gift is a promise of a brighter future for the communities we support worldwide. In return, this is our promise to you.

Frequently asked questions

There are some questions that we are often asked, so take a look to see if your query is answered here. If not, please do get in touch.

Last year, Oxfam transformed the lives of   11.6 million people.

Lasting change on a global scale. And it all starts with people just like you.

How your money changes lives 
For every £1 you give to Oxfam 


goes directly to emergency,
development and
campaigning work


is spent on
support costs


is invested to generate
future revenue

Where your money goes

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