Homes of Hope has already achieved so much, having cared for over 150 children. Some are now young adults and it’s great to see how well they are doing – evidence that our unique therapeutic approach is working. However, there is still so much more we can do and finance is our greatest constraint. To find out more about our vision for the future please take a look at the video below by our founder Hilary Price.
If you do decide to make this special kind of gift to Homes of Hope, it’s important that you use our full legal name: Homes of Hope Charitable Trust
And in case it’s useful, an example of the wording you could use is given here:
“I give to Homes of Hope Charitable Trust ___% of my estate OR the rest and residue of my estate OR the sum of $_____ for its general purposes free of probate and estate duties payable upon or in consequence of my death. I declare that the receipt of its Executive Director, Treasurer or other authorised officer shall be sufficient discharge to my executors.”
For more information about how to leave a gift to Homes of Hope in your will, please contact Hilary Price on: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you make the generous decision to include Homes of Hope in your will, please let Hilary know so we can thank you properly.
Frequently asked questions
A specific sum is an option but it is a good idea to think about the effects of inflation over time. What may seem like a large amount now may not seem so in years to come. Nominating a percentage of your estate instead of a cash sum means that you do not have to keep adjusting your gift to allow for inflation.
The residue of your estate:
You may bequeath what is left from your estate after all other gifts and costs have been deducted.
A specific gift of property or other assets:
A bequest does not have to be for cash, it may be for real estate, shares, jewellery or other property you own at the time of your death.
If you have any questions
please call us on (07) 578 9826