How to include us in your Will

How to include us in your Will

If you are considering leaving a gift to DABD in your Will, thank you so, so much.

These special gifts enable us to provide the highest level of support, care and assistance that will improve the quality of life for vulnerable people in our area – from young children to those in their golden years.

There are different ways in which you can leave:

A Residuary gift

A part, or sometimes all, of your estate. After you’ve made provision for your loved ones you can leave a share of what remains to charity. This is known as a ‘residuary’ gift.

A Pecuniary gift

A cash gift. This is for when you would like to leave an exact sum of money to charity. It can be linked to inflation to prevent it losing value over time. This is known as a ‘pecuniary’ gift.

Specific gift

A particular item, such as property, antiques, jewellery and shares. This is known as a ‘specific’ gift.

What wording should I use to leave a gift to DABD?

We recommend that you speak to your professional advisor about the best wording to use in your Will.