A legacy is a wonderful gift for future generations helping us to keep families together longer
Your legacy provides gold standard care for patients in Cornwall.
A legacy of communication. Legacies enable us to teach 10 children a year to listen and talk.
Your legacy can help The Society for the Assistance of Ladies in Reduced Circumstances relieve financial hardship for women
Legacies will help us to build a future where all older people can live independent lives in warm, safe, accessible homes.
Gifts in Wills are vital to ensuring the future of the Museum, with your help we can continue to inspire future generations.
Leaving a gift to Asylum Aid in your Will means we can support and protect asylum seekers and refugees in the future.
Dogs Trust is the largest dog welfare charity in the UK, caring for around 17,000 stray and abandoned dogs every year.
Your gift will fund vital research and help save lives
Your legacy will change a life – please remember UCanDoIT.
This year’s campaign, from 11-17 September, will call on the public to ‘Have your say on the world you want to pass on’.
From 6 April 2017, a new residence nil-rate band (RNRB) was introduced. We have answered some questions you may have on how inheritance tax affects charitable Wills.
Remember A Charity was founded on the basis that no one charity can achieve market growth alone.
It is only by pooling our resources and working together that we can grow the market and ultimately change the course of legacy giving nationwide. And that’s why we need your support.
As a professional adviser, you know that giving your clients the best advice means everything. We know that 70% of the British public support a charity during their lifetime. The issue is that only 7% think to include these in their Will.
It’s a common myth that only the rich and famous leave money to charity when they die. This couldn’t be any further from the truth.
The reality is without the gifts left in Wills by people like you, many of the charities we know and support today wouldn’t even exist.