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Legacy giving
Published on September 20, 2017 by Alex Spurgeon

 

The impact of legacies can be seen at each of our centres on a daily basis. As our longest running centre, NAWT Hertfordshire has been the grateful recipient of some generous legacy gifts that have made years and years of difference to the homeless animals the centre cares for.


Legacy giving
Published on September 20, 2017 by Alex Spurgeon

The impact of legacies can be seen at each of our centres on a daily basis. As one of our largest centres, NAWT Somerset relies heavily on legacy funding and has been able to make much-needed improvements to their centre with thanks to generous gifts their supporters have left in their Wills.


Published on September 20, 2017 by Alex Spurgeon

The impact of legacies can be seen at each of our centres on a daily basis. This is the story of the amazing difference a gift of £20,000 made to our NAWT Berkshire centre in 2010.

This is another case whereby the legacy hadn’t been stipulated in someone’s Will, but his family felt that he would have wanted to make a difference to a cause that was close to his heart. For this reason, his family chose to visit our centre in Berkshire to find out if there was something they could create in his memory to help the elderly dogs that our Berkshire centre cares for.


Published on September 19, 2017 by Alex Spurgeon

The impact of legacies can be seen at each of our centres on a daily basis. Here are a few things gifts in Wills have allowed us to create at NAWT Clacton.

 

 


Published on September 18, 2017 by Beth Pearson

Before I started working in the charitable sector, I had no idea that gifts made in Wills were such an important part of a charity’s income.

At the time, I had already made a Will, which included bequests to several charities, which were important to me for personal reasons. Like many, I am worth more dead than alive so it felt good to be able to make a real difference with some of that money.


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