Making a Will
A Will is the only way that your estate is dealt with in accordance with your wishes. It makes sure that the people you love are provided for in the way you want and it gives you the opportunity to remember your chosen charities.
For most charities, gifts from Wills can make up as much as 70% of their donated income and it enables them to make great steps forward in their work. We recommend that you use a solicitor in drawing up your Will, and it is much simpler than you may imagine.
Types of legacy
There are a number of different ways to remember us in your Will, depending on your circumstances.
Sharing your assets (residuary benefit)
This type of gift is the remainder or a proportion of your estate after other gifts have been taken care of. It ensures that your family and loved ones are remembered first and what remains can then be donated to charity.
Leaving a fixed sum of money (pecuniary bequest)
This is where you leave us a gift of a stated sum of money.
Leaving a specific gift (specific bequest)
This is where you leave a gift of a specific item such as jewellery, property or anything of value.
If you would like to know more about our work and how a legacy would help us then please contact us.