A bequest is an instruction you make in your will, directing that some or all of your estate be gifted to a charity or particular cause. It can be in the form of money, property, shares, works of art, or other valuables. You don’t have to be wealthy to make a bequest – whatever you choose to give will make a difference.
A charitable bequest continues to be one of the simplest and most accessible means of planning a gift. Providing first for the well-being of one’s family and loved ones, you can also bequeath an amount or percentage of your assets to one or more charitable organisations of your choice, and we would be grateful if you would consider us when making this decision.
Making a will allows you to determine how your assets will be used. No matter how much you have, large or small, it can make a difference.
Please consider making a bequest in your will to Grantstown Community Village.
We understand that leaving a gift in your will is a very personal decision. Some people choose to let us know that Grantstown Community Village has been remembered in their will. Others prefer to keep their wishes private, leaving it to their executor or solicitor to inform us when the time comes.
Grantstown Community Village is a registered charity and you can rest assured knowing that 100% of all monies raised through fundraising, donations and through bequests will go back into our services to help those most in need of support.