Leaving a gift in your will
Leave a gift to DABD in your will
When you leave a gift in your will to DABD, you will be supporting vulnerable people and their families in the local area for generations to come.
Your gift will help provide independence, and a better quality of life to disadvantaged people of all ages helping them to have the same opportunities as everyone else: you will be making a real difference.
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The importance of gifts to DABD
Gifts in Wills help us to fund the future for individuals and families of vulnerable people in the local area, often those with a physical or mental disability
With your help we can provide vital support to families who rely on our services. Stories such as:
Christine's Story - Transport
Christine's journey by bus to her weekly therapy appointment some distance from her home was becoming more difficult due to her mobility issues and causing more difficult due to her mobility issues and causing her great distress. She began using DABD's door to door transport service and it has made a real difference to her life.
"It's a real comfort for me that I know I will be looked after and comfortable using DABD"
John's Story - Personal Care
John had his own flat for a number of years but he didn't go out much, and even though he had carers supporting him every day, he felt that they didn't do the best job for him and he was isolated.
Three years ago John moved to accommodation at Lodge Avenue where DABD's carers now support him with all of his personal care needs and his shopping.John is now very active socially and often goes out with the support of one of his carers.
"I enjoy living here - it's very social. All the carers are great and very friendly. I'm also more independent than I used to be. DABD have made a positive difference to my life"