A donation in your will is a gift that will help the carers of the future.
We all know that we need a will to ensure that our wishes are met after our death. But did you know that over half of people don’t have one?
Bequeathed offer a free will service that makes it easy to write your will. The process begins with an online questionnaire that usually takes 20 minutes to complete.
You will then have an appointment with a legal firm. You can choose whether this happens on the phone, via a video call or at their office.
After the appointment, you will be sent your will to sign and will be able to return it for free, secure storage.
If you use the free will service, there is no obligation to leave a gift to Carers in Bedfordshire. However, if you choose to do so, we would be very grateful.
There will always be people who care for their loved ones. And being carer will always have challenges. A gift in your will to Carers in Bedfordshire will give carers the support they need long into the future.
In years to come, your gift could be a Support Worker on the phone to a parent struggling to cope, or an event that brings carers together for sympathy, understanding and laughter. Or it could be a brand new project that gives carers rest and relaxation. However it is used, it will be a gift from you to the future carers who need your help.
A gift in your will shouldn’t be a choice between your loved ones and your favourite charities. Once you have looked after your family, a gift to Carers in Bedfordshire – of any size – will be gratefully received.
It is simple to include a gift in your will but it is always best to consult your solicitor.
Your solicitor will ask you for these details:
Charity name: Carers in Bedfordshire,
Address: Suite D1, Emerald Court, Pilgrim Centre, Brickhill Drive, Bedford, MK41 7PZ
Registered Charity Number: 1135507
If you have any questions about leaving a gift in your will to Carers in Bedfordshire, you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Jolene on 07462 125532.