Wills and legate

Donating a portion of your legacy is one of the most meaningful ways to contribute to a world free of mines.

You can choose to continue your commitment to a cause that is important to you when you write your will.

You can choose to continue your commitment to a cause that is dear to you when you write your will.

You can take action today

to protect future generations.

Wills & legates

There are two options to maintain your engagement through inheritance

👉 Inheritance: Your relatives are legally entitled to a part of your estate. You are free to dispose of the remaining part, for example by granting a certain percentage of your assets to FSD.

👉 Bequests: With a bequest you donate a specific sum of money or an object (e.g. a building) to FSD.

Whatever the form and amount of your contribution, it will directly support people affected by armed conflict and help rid the world of unexploded mines and munitions.

Marking of an area contaminated by explosive remnants of war, Ukraine

Drafting your will online

Together we can create a safer future for those affected by the scourge of explosive remnants of war.

des habitants de Mahmondiya

we are at your disposal

Your contact

If you have any further questions or would like to support a specific FSD project, please contact me.

I would be happy to talk to you and discuss all possibilities in a personal meeting.

hansjörg eberle

FSD Director


+41 22 731 14 79

Hansjörg Eberle FSD

Our activities

Our humanitarian programs focus on four main areas. 


mine action

FSD locates and clears mines and unexploded ordnance, provides explosive ordnance risk education and assists survivors of accidental explosions.


recovery & stability

FSD supports ongoing peace processes in various countries and provides socio-economic support to communities.

Environmental protection

FSD remediates sites contaminated by toxic substances from the past, including obsolete pesticide stocks and mining waste.

innovation &

FSD collaborates on research & innovation projects aiming to use new technologies, such as drones, in mine action.