A gift in your Will could transform lives
Most of our income comes from the generosity of supporters like you, whether it’s through online donations, regular giving or the more traditional cheque book. Yet, did you know that you also have the power to make the world a better place for people with disabilities by leaving a gift in your Will?
It’s a common myth that you have to be wealthy to leave a gift in your Will to help us, but really, nothing could be further from the truth. Every year, more and more people like to leave a gift to charity in their Will. These legendary acts help us to continue our vital work.
After taking care of family and friends, you’ll be amazed at what one final gift can do. Whatever the amount, we’re extremely grateful for any gift that’s left to us. Every penny will help us continue to support disabled and vulnerable communities across the globe.
Why should I consider leaving a gift to charity?
Since our beginnings in Cambodia in 1982, HI has evolved over the years to respond to a wide range of humanitarian challenges in some of the most volatile hotspots in the world. We now run around 330 projects in 59 countries and our teams work tirelessly to leave a lasting legacy for future generations worldwide - something we wouldn’t be able to do without you.
Your legacy could help us continue our long-term commitment to disabled and vulnerable people, wherever they are, ensuring that our teams are always by their side when they need us most. After taking care of loved ones, consider remembering Humanity & Inclusion UK in your Will so you can continue to transform lives all over the world for generations to come.
How do I go about leaving a gift in my Will?
We appreciate that writing or updating your Will is a very private and personal matter that needs careful thought and consideration. Writing a Will can seem like a daunting task for many people - it is actually easier than you may think and we are on hand to help.
To speak to someone in confidence at Humanity & Inclusion UK about Legacies or In Memoriam donations, please call us on 0330 555 0156 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.