Remember A Charity
Could you do something amazing this Remember A Charity Week?
Most of our income comes from the generosity of people like you, but it's a little known fact that around a sixth of all donations to the NSPCC come from supporters who kindly include us in their wills. We simply couldn't be there for so many children without these special gifts.
That's why we're taking part in Remember A Charity Week this 9-15 September, raising awareness of the vital role gifts in wills play in funding our work and the work of so many other charities across the UK.
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Leaving a gift
It's a common myth that you have to be wealthy to leave a charitable gift in your will, but nothing could be further from the truth. After you've made provisions for your loved ones in your will, a small percentage of whatever's left could make a massive difference for children.
When you consider that it costs just £4 for a ChildLine counsellor to answer a child's call for help, you realise that even a small gift really can make a big difference.
This Remember A Charity Week we would love you to take a moment to think about whether you could do something amazing - after you've taken care of your loved ones, could you leave a gift in your will to help the NSPCC protect more children in the future?Find out how gifts in Wills make a difference to the NSPCC
Discounted will-writing offers for our supporters
As a thank you to anyone considering remembering the NSPCC in their will, we are delighted to offer our supporters access to a number of discounted will-writing schemes.
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