We recognise that family and loved ones will come first when writing your Will. However, many people choose to include a gift to charity as well, reaffirming their support for causes which are dear to them.
If you are considering remembering Barnardo’s in your Will, you will expect us to make the best use of your gift for the benefit of vulnerable children. You will also expect us to treat you and your family with courtesy, sensitivity and respect.
That is why we make the following promise to you
Our vision is that supporters who remember Barnardo’s in their Wills help change the lives of more vulnerable children than ever before, creating a legacy that lasts long into the future.’
That is why we make this promise to you today…
- We will provide you with the information and confidential advice you need to make your decision, without pressurising you in any way
- You can choose how much we contact you and by what means
- Any personal information you choose to give us will be handled securely and confidentially
- We will not press you to tell us what decision you have made. If we ask about your gift it is so that we can say thank you, and we understand if you prefer not to tell us
- Your Will remains yours to make and change as you wish
- If you would like to hear more about Barnardo’s work, we will keep you updated
- We will be sensitive in any communications with your family or solicitor
- Your gift will be used to maximum benefit for vulnerable children
If you or your family would like to know what gifts like yours help us to achieve, we will be happy to tell you.
Find out how you can help
You can help the vulnerable children and young people we support to continue to grow and become independent by leaving a gift in your Will.
A gift in your Will is a special way to mark the experiences that shape you – and pass on the gift of childhood to future generations.
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