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Get a free will, checked by legal experts, through our partnership with Farewill.

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Sightsavers has partnered with online will writing service Farewill to enable you to create a will for free, which would usually cost around £90.

Farewill enables you to make a will online in just four steps, with support from Farewill specialists.

To create your will, just answer a simple questionnaire that takes about 15 minutes to complete, and wait for a legal expert to check it. Once your will is ready, you’ll need to print and sign it in the presence of two witnesses, who also need to sign your will. Finally, store it safely and tell your executors where it is.

Creating your will is free when you use our code, and a year of free updates is included. After a year, you will automatically be opted in to an annual charge of £10 to continue to be able to update your will. You can opt out of this cost through Farewill before being charged.

To get your free will, visit the Farewill website and enter the voucher code sightsavers100.

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How we’re helping change children’s lives

Nadir holds a toy car close to his face to help him see it more clearly.

Difficulty seeing toys

Three-year-old Nadir, lives in Bangladesh and has had cataracts in both eyes since birth. He loves playing with toy cars but found it difficult to see them.

Nadir is carried into theatre by a surgical nurse.

Cataract surgery

After receiving a diagnosis from a free eye care camp, Nadir's parents took him to a hospital to receive a quick operation which takes just 30 to 40 minutes to transform his life.

A little boy smiling.

Seeing clearly

A few days after his bandages are removed, Nadir is able to see clearly for the first time in his life. He's lucky: if he hadn’t had surgery in time, his sight may have never fully recovered.

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