Why leave a gift in my will?

Leaving a gift in your will to the Sea Cadets, after your loved ones have been looked after, can make a world of difference. It’s simple, easy and can have an impact for generations to come.  

We are grateful for every gift we receive, no matter how big or small. Your gift ensures your legacy will live on into the future, supporting the next generation into adulthood and helping to give them some fantastic core skills to enable them to build their futures confidently and securely. 

It’s our belief that every young person deserves the best possible head start in life. 

How do I leave a gift in my will? 

Sea Cadets' supporters can take advantage of one of our free to use will writing services. We have partnered with Farewill to provide services that suit you. 

Please get in touch. If you wish to use either of these services, please contact us through legacies@ms-sc.org or call 020 7654 7035 and we can make sure that the service is provided free for you. 


Farewill provides an online or over the phone service where you will go through a simple step by step form. They also provide phone support with completing the form and any completed wills are thoroughly checked by a solicitor. For more information, please call John Sharp on 0207 654 7035  or e-mail: Legacies@ms-sc.org

Alternatively, if you are ready to write your will, to get started click https://farewill.com/mssc-web to fill in the online form or go here https://farewill.com/mssc-phone to arrange a call back.

I want to use my own choice of solicitor. 

To find a local solicitor please use the Law Society website here

To make sure the money goes to the right place, please include our full name in your will and the charity number: MSSC (Marine Society and Sea Cadets), a charity registered in England and Wales (No. 313013) and Scotland (No. SCO37808)

If you intend to leave a gift in your will, please let us know by downloading a Legacy Pledge Form

Please rest assured your details will remain confidential; please read our Legacy Pledge

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