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Leave a Powerful Legacy

If you are thinking of leaving a gift to Two Wheels for Life in your will, thank you. Your gift would help us to continue to transform healthcare across Africa and fulfil our vision: a world in which healthcare reaches everyone, everywhere.

How to leave a gift

Leaving a gift in your will is relatively simple.

You can leave a gift as either a fixed sum of money (known as a pecuniary gift), a specific item such as a motorcycle, or a percentage share of your estate.

Whichever you choose, all you need to do is discuss your intentions with a solicitor when making or updating your will or add to your will online or by telephone if using a will writing service like Freewill.

There is no need to let us know your intentions, and you can change your mind at any time.


Free will writing for Motorcyclists in October

During will writing month we are offering a limited number of free wills worth £90.

By partnering with award-winning will writing platform Farewill we are able to offer our supporters the perfect combination of online and over the phone will-writing to help you get your wishes sorted out as conveniently as possible, but with personal phone support for any questions you may have.

Find out more

The details you’ll need

All you need to do to add us to your will is to enter the following details in the appropriate section of your will. We advise checking back from time to time as over time we do of course occasionally need to move offices etc.

Legacy details for UK taxpayers

Two Wheels for Life, 1 Eagle House, 28 Billing Rd, Northampton NN1 5AJ
Registered Charity No. 1169942

Legacy details for USA taxpayers

Registered office: Two Wheels for Life, ℅ Frank Hirth LLC, 100 Wall St, Suite 802, New York, NY 10005

Two Wheels for Life is the trading name of Riders for Health II in the USA, a 501(c)(3) Charity, EIN 98-0225419

We are here for you

We know that leaving a gift in your will is something you will want to think about very carefully and in your own time. If you have any questions or need any help, please don’t hesitate to contact Chantal on +44 (0)208 80501932 or email (this is a constantly manned email and you will receive a response quickly).

Giving in memory

If you want to collect money for somebody who has passed away or think your friends and relatives might like to contribute to a collection in your memory, see our pages on how to give in memory.

We can build a lasting legacy, together. 


Why giving to charity in your will can be practical and help you live your life better

Andrew always enjoyed raising money for charitable causes, and he say leaving money in his will is just an extension of that. Having cancer forced him to think carefully about what would happen after he was gone. But he also found out that it was a practical decision, as by leaving more than 10% of his assets to charity he reduced his inheritance tax bill so he'd be helping the charity and also making sure his other beneficiaries receive more.

Read what he has to say

Get in touch

If you’d like to know more about us, we’re always happy to talk about the work we support and the difference that donations can make. Please contact us at

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