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Wider support

A number of organisations outside of our official partnerships supported Remember A Charity Week 2016.

We are grateful to the following organisations for helping to raise awareness among the public of gifts in Wills via their online channels and among their clients.

If you are interested in finding about ways in which we could work together, please email Marta, head of development, or call on on 020 7840 1036.

HM Treasury

In 2012 the government introduced a reduced rate of inheritance tax (36% compared to the usual rate of 40%), in an attempt to encourage more people to leave money to charity in their Wills.

HM Treasury promoted the tax benefits of legacy giving during Remember A Charity Week on social media.

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Ministry of Justice

For the first time, The Ministry of Justice promoted Remember A Charity Week by posting on social media.

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Giving Tuesday

The Giving Tuesday campaign promoted the Week as well as charitable giving across their digital channels, including a blog about making a difference to charities beyond your lifetime.

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Golden Charter

Golden Charter spread the word on their website and social media, encouraging the public to consider what they can pass on to future generations.

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The Cambridge Building Society

The Cambridge, Leeds and Dudley Building Societies used digital channels to promote the campaign to their customers, helping us to reach a wider audience.

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Leeds Building Society

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Dudley Building Society

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McGinley HR

McGinley HR got involved via their online channels and promoted charitable giving.

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