Remember us (legacy giving)

One way in which many people chose to give and make a difference is by remembering us in their will.  Every gift in a will, no matter how large or how small is used locally to make a difference to the lives of people in need.  Leaving a legacy will cost you nothing today, but it will make a real difference

to the quality of lives of future older people and young people.

There are different ways in which you can remember us such as a residuary legacy (a portion of what you own after your family or friends have received what you want to give them) or a pecuniary legacy (a fixed cash sum).

 

If you don't already have a will, you could use the following wording in your will:

 

For pecuniary bequests:

 

I give to Sir Josiah Mason Trust at Mason Court, Hillborough Road Olton, Birmingham B27 6PF (registered charity number 1179890) , the sum of £______ free of all taxes, for its charitable purposes, and I declare that the receipt of the Chief Executive or other authorised officer will be sufficient discharge to my executors.

 

For residuary bequests:

 

I give the residue or __% of my estate to the Sir Josiah Mason Trust at Mason Court, Hillborough Road, Birmingham B27 6PF (registered charity number 1179890) for its charitable purposes, and I declare that the receipt of the

Chief Executive or other authorised officer will be sufficient discharge to my executors.

Already have a will?  That's fine, you can fill in a Codicil Form which is available here: Please click here.