Leaving a Legacy

Why you should make a Will and how a legacy in your Will can help Border Collie Trust G.B.

Our Legacy Information Sheet should tell you all you need to know. 
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Legacies of all types are a vital part of any charities income. For some they provide a large percentage of their day to day expenses whilst for others they provide welcome injections of financial help to provide funding for improvements and additional resources. Long established charities expect 30% of their income from legacies whilst for younger charities (like BCTGB) legacies are still to make a big impact





Border Collie Trust has teamed up with Benevolent Wills to make it easy for you to:

•Make a cheap basic Will, quickly and easily online
•Support Border Collie Trust and other good works easily at the same time
•Access free advice in relation to Wills and Probate

For more information please follow the link above

Why legacy income is important to us

Legacies are very valuable to the Trust and in the last few years have provided the funds to enable us to redevelop the Pup and Special Needs area, improve insulation throughout the kennels and further improvements are planned to provide the highest quality of care to our collie guests. Legacies also help us plan our future with confidence.

Why put your affairs in order?

It's not always easy to think about making your Will but it is the only way you can be absolutely sure that your estate will pass to those you wish to benefit. By leaving clear and precise instructions about the disposal of your estate, you also save your loved ones from unnecessary distress at a time when they are least able to cope with it.

If you do not leave a valid Will

Your estate will be dealt with under the statutory intestacy rules. This means that your property and possessions may pass to people you did not wish to benefit, or even to the Crown. Whatever you may have said or thought about who you'd like to leave your estate to, the law will only recognise a valid Will.

How to go about making your Will

When you decide to make your Will, it is advisable to go to a solicitor for help. He or she will help you to leave clear and unambiguous instructions about your Estate, including any charity bequests you wish to make. It is extremely important that your will has the correct details of the charity and especially its Registered Charity number. This ensures there can be no confusion when dealing with your wishes.

Thank you for supporting Border Collie Trust. If you are considering leaving a bequest to the Trust, or you would like us to send you our Legacy Information Sheet if you are unable to download from above, please contact our Office by email or call us on 0845 430 2282. 

If you have made arrangements to leave a legacy to Border Collie Trust please do let us know so that we can keep you updated on events and news from the centre.

Thank you. 

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