Leaving a gift to Centrepoint in your Will can help homeless young people achieve their dreams.
It's an incredible gesture that can change lives.
Making a Will secures a future for your family and loved ones. It is one of the most important things that everyone, at some point in their life, has to consider. If you pass away without a Will, you don't get a say in who inherits your property, possessions and money. Our Will Guide has information on how to value your estate and things to consider when deciding what you would like to leave to your loved ones. You can also talk to our Legacy Officer, Siobhan McKeever on 07500 990831.
If you are going to be an ambassador for a charity, you have to roll your sleeves up and get stuck in, It’s easy now. It took me half an hour, if that. So do it. It could change lives. How often do we get the chance to do that? It doesn’t have to be loads of money. Every single fiver is going to make a difference. I am not talking about millions of pounds, a giant legacy or anything. I’m just saying I’ve left something in order to help.
I’m a mum, and it distresses me to see someone’s son or daughter living on the street. That’s why I’ve decided to leave a small share of my estate to Centrepoint in my Will – I know it will take long-term support to help them get back on their feet.
Tony Cockayne, Partner at Michaelmores, explains everything you need to know about Wills, including how to include a charity in your legacy.
Thinking of leaving a gift to Centrepoint in your Will? Here are the answers to some of the questions you may have.