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Leaving a Lasting Legacy: Leaving a Gift to Carers Worldwide in Your Will

Leaving a gift in your Will, also known as a bequest, is a powerful way to make a lasting impact on the causes you care about. By remembering Carers Worldwide in your Will, you're ensuring that your generosity continues to support our mission long into the future.

This article will outline the steps of how to leave a gift to Carers Worldwide in your Will.

Why Include Carers Worldwide in Your Will?

There are several compelling reasons to consider leaving a gift to Carers Worldwide in your Will:

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Creating a Legacy:

Leaving a charitable gift allows you to leave behind a legacy that reflects your values and passions, ensuring that your support for Carers Worldwide endures beyond your lifetime.

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Tax Benefits:

If you leave a gift to Carers Worldwide in your Will, its value will be deducted from your estate before Inheritance Tax is calculated. You can find out more here.

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Supporting a Cause Close to Your Heart:

If you have been touched by our work at Carers Worldwide, leaving a gift in your Will is a meaningful way to continue supporting our mission and making a difference in the lives of those we serve.

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Honouring a Loved One:

Maybe someone you love was passionate about the work that we do and by naming Carers Worldwide in your Will, you are honouring their memory.

Creating a Lasting Legacy

How to Leave a Gift in Your Will

Leaving a gift to Carers Worldwide in your Will is a straightforward process.

Here are the basic steps:

  1. Consult with a solicitor: Begin by consulting with a solicitor to ensure that your wishes are clearly articulated in your Will and comply with legal requirements.

  2. Choose the Type of Gift: Decide what type of gift you would like to leave to Carers Worldwide. There are several options, including pecuniary gifts (a specified monetary amount), residuary gifts (a percentage or remainder of your estate), and specific gifts (such as property, stocks, or other assets).

  3. Make a note of our charity details: You'll need our full name and details to ensure your gift reaches us. These are: Carers Worldwide, Charity number: 1150214, Address: 30 Lodgefield, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, AL7 1SD.

  4. Inform your loved ones: Be sure to inform your loved ones of your intentions to leave a gift to Carers Worldwide in your Will.

  5. Let us know: If you’re comfortable doing so, we would love to hear from you if you have decided to leave a gift to Carers Worldwide in your Will.

Types of Gift You Can Leave

When considering leaving a gift to Carers Worldwide in your Will, you have several options:
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Residuary Gift:

A percentage of your estate that you designate to Carers Worldwide.
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Pecuniary Gift:

A specified amount of money that you designate to Carers Worldwide in your Will.
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Specific Gift:

A nominated object such as property, a piece of art, an antique or other specific assets that you designate to Carers Worldwide in your Will.

A Heartfelt Thank You, From Carers Worldwide

On behalf of Carers Worldwide, we want to express our deepest gratitude for considering us in your Will. By remembering Carers Worldwide in your Will, you're not just leaving a gift, you're ensuring the strength and resilience of our caring community for years to come. Thank you for considering this impactful way to support our work.

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Get In Touch with Us if You’re Considering Leaving a Gift in Your Will

If you have any questions or would like more information about leaving a gift to Carers Worldwide in your Will, please don't hesitate to contact us. Together, we can create a world in which every carer is valued and their needs are met.