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Gifts in Wills

A gift in your will to Dulwich College is your opportunity to support future generations of Alleynians, helping to make a Dulwich education available to as many bright and able boys as possible.

Thank you for considering remembering Dulwich in your will. We appreciate that this is a very personal decision, and we are here to help you with any questions you may have so that you can feel confident in your choice. 

Supporters choose to remember Dulwich for many reasons, whether to express gratitude for the education they received, help future generations to access a Dulwich education or to honour a loved one. Whatever your reason, your gift will enable the College to continue shaping lives for the better. 

You can make a gift to Dulwich to support where the need is greatest, or you can support a more specific area, like student bursaries. We recommend that you reach out to us so that we can work with you to make your desired impact.

If you would like to learn more about remembering Dulwich in your will, you can contact Sarah Fretwell, Donor Engagement Manager, via email or phone 020 8299 5369. 

Further Information 

We have provided further information on gifts in wills, including types of gifts, tax efficiency, self investment pension plans and frequently asked questions. For more general information, Remember a Charity  have published a helpful resource which offers a comprehensive look at the will-writing process. You can also read more about our Canon Carver Society, our society of generous supporters who have remembered Dulwich in their wills, and how we recognise supporters who have remembered Dulwich. 

"About three quarters of us make charitable gifts during our lifetimes but fewer than one in ten of us do so in our wills. And yet the latter form of giving is a lot less painful…. In fact, you could say, we won’t feel a thing. "Sir Peter Bazalgette OA (1962-71)
President of the Canon Carver Society and Former Chair of Arts Council England

Please note that the information on these pages does not constitute legal or tax advice. Should you decide to include Dulwich in your will, we recommend that you speak with your solicitor or will writer for legal and tax information.

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