Solidarity Will

Through the Solidarity Will, in addition to leaving your inheritance to your loved ones, you will be able to donate part of your estate to people affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias, helping to improve the quality of life of patients and their families.



What does AFAGA achieve with my
contributions from the solidarity will?


  • To continue with the development of cognitive and functional stimulation workshops.
  • Funding for psychological support programmes for family members and caregivers.
  • Funding for the implementation of respite activities and programmes for family members and carers.
  • Carrying out training activities for relatives and carers.
  • Funds to participate in research aimed at finding a possible cure for Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, or to halt or slow down the deterioration caused by them.


How to make a solidarity will?


Making a joint and several will is an immediate, simple and inexpensive procedure. An open or notarial will is commonly used and can be modified as many times as you wish.

There are several ways to make a joint and several will:

  • If you have no heirs, you can name AFAGA as universal heir.
  • In the event of leaving your assets to more than one person and/or institution, you can name AFAGA as joint heir, simply indicating in the will the percentage destined to each of the parties.
  • Finally, you can leave AFAGA a specific asset through a legacy.


Are you interested? Ask for more information:

986 22 97 97

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