A Gift in Your Will
Few people can afford to make substantial cash donations during their lifetime, but many can make a big difference when leaving a gift in their will. Your generosity will mean a brighter future for children and young people in the UK who are disadvantaged by poverty.
A legacy gift does not have to be a lot of money; for the young people we help, every donation is important. Just a small gift can help a young person feel valued, included and inspired to reach their true potential and contribute to their community.
As a small charity, we are often forgotten when it comes to gifts in wills. We are a charity with big ambitions to expand to reach even more young people, so your legacy gift will make a huge difference. Please consider Teens and Toddlers when you decide who will benefit from your will.
The Difference Your Legacy Gift Can Make
Sue, a mother from London, knows very well what a difference a gift in a will can mean:
"How do you thank someone for giving you back your family? Every school in the U.K should have the opportunity of offering their troubled teens the chance to turn their lives around with Teens and Toddlers. I am just an ordinary mum with an ordinary family, but we are a lot stronger now. The programme not only gave us back our daughter, but it has changed her life with dramatic effect. She is now enrolled into college so that she can work with children who need a helping hand, just like she did."
Sue's daughter's transformation would not have been possible without the generosity of our supporters. With your help, we can continue to transform the lives of more young people, inspire them to achieve their potential, and achieve the future they deserve.
Make a Will
Making a will does not have to be costly or complicated. The best way to make a will is through your solicitor or legal adviser. If you do not have a legal adviser, visit The Law Society website to find a solicitor in your area.
Let Us Know
If you have decided to leave a gift in your will to Teens and Toddlers, thank you for your kindness and generous support.
We understand that your will is a personal document and we will always respect your privacy. You do not have to let us know if you are leaving a legacy in your will to Teens and Toddlers, although we would greatly appreciate it if you can. If you would like us to know about your gift then download our pledge form and return it to us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Teens and Toddlers, 92-94 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2TH.
This does not place you under any obligation; it simply gives us an indication of future support and allows us to thank you. Any information you do give will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
Talk to Us in Confidence
If you would like an information pack, have any further questions, or would like to arrange a confidential conversation about leaving a gift in your will, please contact Elaine Bennett on 020 7089 6180 or email email@example.com