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Leaving a Gift to Karibuni Children in your Will

Your legacy to help children from the streets and slums in Kenya

A will is your gift to those people who are important to you and those causes which you value. It is also the only certain way to make sure that your wishes are carried out after your death.

Whatever your circumstances or age, it is important to have an up to date Will which allows you to provide for your loved ones first and foremost in the way you intended, as well as the causes that are important to you.

Without a will your loved ones and favourite charities are not guaranteed your estate. A will lets you leave clear guidance, saving your loved ones from having to worry about sorting things out themselves.

Leaving a legacy to Karibuni Children would be an excellent way of supporting our work in Kenya, focussed on giving the poorest of the poor an opportunity they would not otherwise get.

 

Making a Lasting Difference

With money received from legacies, Karibuni will be able to help more children in Kenya, where the need is massive. Your gift will help to improve the lives of many children,  giving them the opportunity to have access to food and education which we can so readily take for granted.

Every legacy gift we receive will support our work in Kenya, and will enable Karibuni Children to plan ahead and take on new commitments with confidence.

 

Further information

If you would like to leave Karibuni Children a gift in your will, or to let us know that you have included Karibuni Children in your legacy, please contact contact either John Cotton on 01296 681226; David Welsh on 01276 26470 or send an e-mail to office@karibuni.org.uk

If you have an existing will you can easily complete a codicil which adds Karibuni Children as a beneficiary. We can send you a specimen on request.

 

Breaking News: Inheritance tax break

According to a recent headline, charity income from gifts in Wills in the year to September 2013, grew at its highest rate since 2008. The Chancellor has announced an improved inheritance tax relief for individuals who leave gifts to charity. “If you leave 10% or more of your estate to charity, then the Government will take 10% off your inheritance tax rate”, George Osbourne, 23 March 2011.