Leave a Legacy for Unborn Children
Help us create a society free from abortion which respects life until its natural end.
Our work depends on the generosity of people who remember SPUC in their Wills. If you already give to SPUC, please don't stop. Regular giving supports the work that we already do to protect unborn children. However, if you leave a legacy to SPUC in your Will, it will help us provide a strong voice for unborn children long into the future.
Some facts about Wills
A Will can provide you with peace of mind before your death and enables you to give to the people and causes which mean most to you. Two-thirds of us will never get round to writing our Will. In some cases, this could mean that the government receives our estate instead of the people and organisations we would like to benefit. Being married or living with someone is no guarantee that your next-of-kin will receive your whole estate, should you die without making a valid Will. Even if you already have made a Will, it is important to revisit it to make sure it still reflects your wishes. Whenever your circumstances change, e.g. a birth or death in your family, or if you intend to marry, it is important to update your Will.
Help to write or update your Will
Whether you decide to make a special gift to SPUC or not, it's important to make a Will. It's your chance to avoid misunderstandings, ensure that your family's needs are met and remember causes that were important to you during your lifetime. For an easy-to-follow Will guide which will give you more information about writing or amending your Will, and if you wish, leaving a legacy to SPUC, please contact Carole Adamson on 01772 258 580 or email email@example.com
How your legacy could help our work
- £500 could allow SPUC to respond to an emergency request for help from an expectant mother desperate for basic baby equipment and clothing
- £1,000 could pay for the printing of 10,000 campaign leaflets, any one of which could make a difference and save a life
- £5,000 could pay for an SPUC youth and student conference and help educate the next generation of pro-life campaigners
- £10,000 could help SPUC employ an additional development officer and build greater grass-roots activity among SPUC's branches and bring the pro-life message to even more local schools
- £50,000 could allow SPUC to embark on a major legal challenge in the defence of life in the courts and bring about legal safeguards that uphold the sanctity of human life