Leave a Gift in your Will
Your legacy will protect and preserve our natural world.
Making a will ensures that you protect your loved ones first and foremost. By including a gift in your will to the Soil Association we will continue to lead the debate on the future of food, and we will advise and support farmers and growers to produce food as it should be.
The Soil Association was founded in 1946 by Lady Eve Balfour and a small group of independent-minded farmers, doctors and individuals who wanted to create a better world. Today we are dedicated to making that happen, and we are committed to work tirelessly into the future.
Our organic values mean that we care about human health, nature, soil, water, forests and animal welfare which gives us a unique and unifying voice.
Why leave a gift in your will?
Any gift, large or small, would make such a difference to a thriving environment and we would be privileged if you would consider leaving a gift in your Will to the Soil Association.
By leaving a gift you'll join our Balfour Society, a community of pioneers who have pledged to safeguard our soil so that future generations can farm, eat and live happily in balance with the environment.
Together we can make our voices louder and create a sustainable future for generations to come.
Balfour Society Members will:
Receive our member magazine Living Earth three times a year
Are invited to join us for an annual event, whether that be to discover an organic farm or learn more about our work at an evening lecture.
Free will making service
Soil Association members can benefit from a free will-making and writing service. Please contact us through the form below to request your free will making pack.
Contact us using the form below for advice on leaving a gift to Soil Association in your will.
"I joined the Soil Association a long time ago. I had been studying for a degree in land management, I had a strong personal interest in the countryside, and I stumbled upon the Soil Association. When I was making my Will, I wanted to include several charities, as I don’t have children. I chose charities that reflect my values, and the Soil Association looks at wildlife, the natural environment, and the sustainability of the soil, which are all so critical. I was really pleased when I was invited to visit an organic farm, it was nice to be part of a group and to feel recognised"