The Power of Leaving a Legacy in Your Will
It means a lot that you are considering leaving a legacy gift to NYAS in your will.
Many of us are lucky enough to have lives full of friendship, love and kindness. We have people to listen to us, support us and celebrate special moments with us.
A gift in your will could ensure that the next generation of young people’s lives are filled with moments like this too.
Our advocates, independent visitors and volunteers listen to what children and young people want, care about what they say and empower them to have their voice heard.
We work to help them build good support networks, be involved in decisions that affect them, and build great lives for themselves. We campaign and lobby on their behalf, influencing governments to ensure that young people’s rights are upheld.
Leaving a Legacy to Charity Makes a Difference
Leaving a gift in your will helps us to continue providing long-term support for future generations of young people. It will allow us to support care-experienced young mums, care leavers, and young people struggling with their mental health.
We are always on the side of the child, and your legacy gift enables us to keep empowering them.
A legacy is a powerful gift. As the world changes, your gift will allow us to remain steadfast in our commitment to children and young people’s rights.
Leaving a Legacy to NYAS
You can leave a legacy gift in a number of ways. Some of the most common gifts include:
- A Pecuniary gift: the donation of a specific sum of money
- A Residuary gift: a share of your estate after you’ve provided for your family and friends. You can leave a share, or the remainder, of your estate.
- A specific gift: This includes items like jewellery.
If you have decided that you would like to leave NYAS a gift in your will, you should ask your solicitor to include the National Youth Advocacy Service (NYAS) in the list of bequests in your Will.
Our Leave a Legacy Guide has all of the information that you will need to ensure that your legacy gift is included in your will.
However, the essential information you will need to include NYAS (National Youth Advocacy Service) in your will is as follows:
Charity’s Full Name: The National Youth Advocacy Service
Address: Unit 1-3, Tower House, 1 Tower Road, Birkenhead, CH41 1FF
Registered charity number: 1012485
We understand that writing your will is a private matter, and we treat all enquiries with respect and confidentiality. If you would like to get in touch with us to discuss leaving a gift in your will, please email email@example.com and a member of our team will be happy to help.
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Every donation we receive at NYAS allows us to make a difference to the lives of children in care and young care leavers. We offer the option for a one-off donation or regular monthly payments to support our ongoing work.