Leave a Legacy
When the time comes to write or change your Will, making sure your family and friends are looked after should of course be your first priority. But once their needs are taken care of, you might like to consider a lasting gift supporting vulnerable older people to live their final years with the support and hope they deserve. So why not choose to make Arts Together a beneficiary of your Will.
Any gift, large or small, left in your Will would help us to continue to provide creativity and much needed support to older people in Wiltshire. Read through this website and you will see that although “art” is in our name we provide so much more that many of our members cannot find elsewhere and come to depend on.
Whether or not you already have a Will, you will probably need to seek legal advice to make Arts Together a beneficiary. And remember, gifts in your Will to registered charities like Arts Together are tax free. Your solicitor or accountant can tell you more about how Inheritance Tax is likely to affect you.
Other things you might like to consider are:
If instead of flowers at your funeral, you would like people to donate the money they would have spent to Arts Together you can have that written into your Will and your executors can make sure that your wishes are known. The wording might be “I request my executor to ensure that instead of flowers at my funeral donations are made to Arts Together, PO Box 4380, Pewsey, SN8 9GA”.
You can also give now ‘in memoriam’ to Arts Together. Giving in memory of a loved one who has passed away is a very personal way of commemorating that person and something that was important to them. You can make a donation now either online here or by cheque made payable to Arts Together. If you are a tax payer then please fill out and send the Gift Aid Declaration with your cheque.
You can get financial information about Arts Together at the charity commission website.
Please be assured that your gift will be used to improve the quality of life of older people in Wiltshire.