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Leave a gift in your will


A gift in your will would help ensure that your beliefs and values are passed to future generations. It could help us change lives in the Namatala slum long into the future. 
The support of individuals helps us to carry out our work and a gift in your will would help us enormously.

What a thought… after your life here has ended, your kindness through a gift in your will... bringing untold joy and poverty relief, transforming even more lives through education, welfare, nutrition and healthcare.

Leaving a gift to Child of Hope in your will is very easy to do. Simply give your solicitor our name, address and charity number, and the amount of the gift or the share of your estate you’d like to leave. They will do the rest.

For this purpose, our details are: Child of Hope, 7 Milborne Crescent, Parkstone, Poole, BH12 4ES. Charity number 1136068

Making your will

While thinking, talking and planning for death may feel uncomfortable, writing a valid will is the only way you can be sure that your wishes are carried out and your loved ones provided for after your death.

Regardless of how much or how little money you feel you have, it is important to make a will because if you die without one, there are certain rules which dictate how your money, property or possessions should be allocated, which may not be as you wished.

Wills are legal documents, and errors can cause problems, so it’s preferable to have a legally-qualified will writer or solicitor to draft it for you.
 

Updating an existing will

To make changes to your existing will, this could be done through something called a codicil – seek advice from a solicitor.

If it is five years or more since you last wrote your will, it is probably a good idea to review it anyway. Legal and tax changes, as well as changes in your personal circumstances, could mean that your will no longer provides what you want.

 

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Please note: Child of Hope is not able to provide any form of legal or financial advice.