Over recent years ChildAid has been blessed with several generous legacy gifts. These gifts from one generation to another have been an essential support in helping our partners to transform the lives of children. To give a hope where no such hope could have been dreamt about.
The love that you so freely offered on earth need not end when you are with the Father.
Our last Will and Testament is a legacy of the acts of love you demonstrated whilst living – to your family, friends and those in the wider family of Christ.
If you die without leaving a Will much time (and money) will be wasted sorting out your affairs.
Some of those who you may want to receive a gift will be forgotten – others who could benefit so much from even a small legacy will continue their life without hope, love or opportunity.
ChildAid has been caring for the lost, the abused and the abandoned in Eastern Europe for over 40 years. It is with continued sadness that we look upon these nations today and see no end to the pain and the hurt.
For more information on including a gift to ChildAid in your Will click here.
It is recommended to review your will every 5 years.
One of our supporters , a professional estate planner is offering free will review to all of our supporters.
For those who already have a Last Will and Testament, you may wish to include a letter of intent to the executors expressing a desire that an amount be given to a charity such as ChildAid. Whilst not legally binding, the executors can use such a letter to help guide them as they distribute funds.