Leaving a legacy is a valuable way of making a long-term difference and having a huge impact on countless lives for years to come. After taking care of your friends and family, it would be incredible if you were able to make a contribution to our work.
builds a new house for a family providing a safe and weather-proof home for many years
builds a gender separated latrine block with 4 toilets ensuring safe access to sanitation for students
runs an awareness campaign to create female-friendly school environments, working with girls, their parents, male students and teachers.
funds a year of literacy training reaching 40 schools across a region to improve English teaching
builds two classrooms and a library in concrete block providing light and spacious classrooms to increase schooling by two grades at a rural primary school
For more examples of what your legacy donation could mean for children in Ethiopia, see our Fund a Project page.
How to Leave a Legacy
As our supporter, you’re eligible for a free Will with FreeWills.co.uk. At Free Wills you can make a free, legally-binding Will in just fifteen minutes. Each Will is checked by legal experts and your Will can be updated quickly and easily for free, forever.
There’s no obligation to leave a gift to Together We Learn if you use the Free Wills service, but any gift you may make will help us continue supporting generations of students.
If you prefer to make a donation in your will through your own process, your solicitor will be able to help you add a gift to your will and below is some information that may be useful.
There are a number of ways you can leave a legacy gift in your will:
- Pecuniary – A fixed amount is left to a charity
- Residuary – This means that you can leave a percentage of your estate once other beneficiaries are taken care of.
- Specific – You can also leave a particular item to a charity.
There are some useful links below and you can always contact us for guidance.
The Law Society – Making a Will
Irwin Mitchell – Leaving money to charity in your will
Law Works – Law Clinics nationwide free legal advice
Money Advice Service – Tax Benefits of giving a charitable legacy
Raconteur – Five myths about leaving money to a charity in your will