Leave a life-changing legacy
In 1997 Betty Trussell left a legacy that founded The Trussell Trust. Today her gift is still transforming lives. By leaving a gift in your Will you can help The Trussell Trust's life-changing work to continue for generations to come.
Any gift, big or small, will help build brighter futures. By remembering The Trussell Trust in your Will you can continue the valuable support that you've given during your lifetime once you've gone. Legacies also help us to plan for the future, making sure that we continue to be there for people in crisis in years to come. Together we can make a huge difference.
How to leave a legacy
To leave a life-changing legacy you need to make a Will. Writing a Will is the only way to ensure that what you leave behind is distributed as you wish.
Writing a Will is easy and inexpensive. To make sure that it is correctly written it is advisable to use a professional solicitor. Here's our guide to leaving a legacy.
Why write a Will?
Our supporters Trethowans Solicitors have written some free advice on the importance of writing Wills. Here Roz Wyeth tells us what happens if I don't write a Will.
Would you like to find out more about legacy giving?
Contact Mark Ward on 01722 580176 or firstname.lastname@example.org