Leaving a gift in your will to Ormiston Families could make a lasting difference to the lives of vulnerable children in the East of England.
Each year, supporters like you help us to reach thousands of disadvantaged families. By pledging a gift in your will, you can be there for future generations, helping them to improve their life chances.
Every gift we receive, big or small, is important and gratefully received. A gift in your will is perhaps the most significant way you can help vulnerable children and their families. It’s often the most valuable gift you’ll give to a charity, and, because it’s not subject to inheritance tax, it can be cost effective too.
So, once you have taken care of those closest to you, please consider helping a Ormiston Family. You will be leaving an incredible legacy – ensuring that more vulnerable young children get the support they need to make something of themselves.
Q: If I leave a gift in my will to Ormiston Families, how will you use it?
A: Your gift will help vulnerable young children to fulfill their potential. From a child who has a parent in prison, to support at school, or a young person with mental health problems, you’ll be making sure more young people get the chance to thrive – however difficult their circumstances.
Q: Which type of gift in my will would be most useful to Ormiston Families?
A: Anything you decide to leave us, whatever the size, is gratefully received and will make a wonderful difference to young people. However, a ‘residuary’ or ‘percentage’ gift is often the most effective way to help. It means you can make sure your family and friends are provided for in the way you intended, while still providing us with funds to plan our work. That gives us confidence that we can give long-term support to the young people who need us.
For further information please:
Call the Fundraising Team on 01473 724517
or email email@example.com.