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Leave A Gift

What will you be remembered for?

A gift in your will is a wonderful way to support Hand Heart Pocket’s work and to know you will be making a difference even when you are no longer here.

You can leave your gift to be used in whichever way Hand Heart Pocket thinks most appropriate, or you can specify the sort of initiative for which you would like your gift to be used.

Naturally, you will want to make sure that your family and loved ones are cared for first but, depending on your circumstances, you can support Hand Heart Pocket by leaving a gift in your will in the following ways:

  • A gift of a specific sum of money
  • The remainder (residue) of your Estate after other beneficiaries have been paid
  • A gift of property or shares etc.
  • The whole of your Estate if you do not have other dependents to provide for.

Download our Gifts in Wills Brochure to find out more.

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