Brothers in Need

Leave a Gift

At certain times in each of our lives, we all need make important decisions relating to our financial affairs. Writing your Will is essential for your loved ones to carry out your final wishes. We understand and respect that you need to provide for your family and friends first. We are incredibly grateful for any support that you can provide. By remembering Brothers in Need with a gift in your Will (also known as a bequest), your legacy will continue to help support our vital community support services, ensuring we can continue to stand with the community until they can stand for themselves.

How to leave a gift to Brothers in Need

How you choose to leave a gift in your Will depends on your personal preference or circumstances. The best way to arrange leaving a gift to Brothers in Need is to speak with a solicitor to either create or update your Will. A solicitor can ensure that your estate is distributed in a way that meets your wishes.

As a guide, the most common types of gifts include:

  • Your entire estate – the remainder of your estate after any expenses and liabilities have been settled.
  • Residual gift – a percentage of the residual from your estate after any expenses that will not be eroded by inflation over time.
  • Pecuniary gift – a specified amount of money.

At certain times in each of our lives, we all need make important decisions relating to our financial affairs. Writing your Will is essential for your loved ones to carry out your final wishes.

Ensuring we can continue to stand with the community until they can stand for themselves.

By remembering Brothers in Need with a gift in your Will (also known as a bequest), your legacy will continue to help support our vital community support service.

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