Please Help us to Support Children and Adults with Rett Syndrome
Leave a legacy through Lexikin

Legacies left to Reverse Rett help us to

Fund and facilitate vital testing, diagnosis and research into finding treatments and a cure for Rett Syndrome and related disorders

Fund and facilitate UK clinical trials and the Personalised Centre for Medicine in Rett Syndrome in London

Connect and support people whose lives have been affected by Rett Syndrome

A Wonderful Partnership

We’ve partnered with Lexikin – a trusted, secure digital estate planning tool which records your assets, wishes, memories and legacies.

This unique service allows you to set up a straightforward charitable pledge, for free, without any complicated obligations or up front payments. In addition, 100% of your pledge will go straight to the charity. All we ask is for you to consider making it part of your Will when you have time in the future.

What is a Legacy Gift?

A legacy gift is a pledged financial donation to a charity, which is only realised in the future when you die. Legacy gifts are arranged through a Will or can be pledged through Lexikin’s free online service.

How your Gift will be used

A cure is possible. We fund research and forge connections between scientists, doctors and those affected by RS to make this goal a reality. We’re funding the world’s first Centre for Personalised Medicine in RS which provides specialist assessment and treatment for complex patients and conducts clinical trials and research into the disease.

How does it work?

Click Pledge

You will be directed to our secure Reverse Rett donation page to input your email and pledge amount.

Pledge Amount

Choose your future legacy gift value. Your donation will only be received if something happens to you.

Name Executor

Complete your Sign Up to your free Lexikin account and name your Executor(s) to ensure Reverse Rett receives your pledge.

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