Leave a Legacy

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One in five people suffer from physical disability or impaired vision. For many this comes as a shocking and unexpected diagnosis that can feel like a sentence to a life of dependence and loss of self worth.

You can change this by leaving the legacy of independence.

By leaving a gift to Jewish Blind & Disabled in your will you can help us to ensure that neither physical disability nor impaired vision is allowed to become a barrier to living an independent and fufilling life. 

Taking care of your family and loved ones is obviously your first priority, but please also think of those who depend on your generosity to lead the life that is so easy for others to take for granted.

As an independent charity that does not receive any government funding, it is only through legacies and donations that we are able to continue to develop and manage our unique and vital complexes of mobility apartments with their 24/7 on site support from our own resident house managers.

Although over a third of people say they'd happily leave a gift in their will once family and friends had been provided for, only 7% actually get round to doing this.

So please act now. You don't have to be rich and famous to leave a legacy that will make a real difference to people's lives. 

Whether you have already written your will or are thinking about doing so, your solicitor will be able to add a codicil to leave:

  • a set amount of money
  • a percentage of your overall estate
  • or a percentage of the residue after your other bequests

to Jewish Blind & Disabled, Charity Registration Number 259480

On behalf of our tenants present and future - thank you for making a difference.

For more information about the difference that your legacy could make please call Gemma on 020 8371 6611 or click here if you would like more information about writing your will.

 

Member of the Jewish Legacy Giving Group