When you choose to remember Tall Ships Youth Trust in your will, you’ll make a lasting contribution to help future generations.
We simply couldn’t support many of the young people who sail with us, without the generosity and kindness of people leaving us a gift in their wills.
After you’ve taken care of the people closest to you, even a 1% gift in your will to Tall Ships Youth Trust could transform the lives of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds living across the UK.
Our work really does have a measurable impact on young people’s lives. Out on the open water, under sail, our young people learn lessons that set them up for life and help them to realise their true potential.
We recommend that you contact a solicitor or a member of the Institute of Professional Will Writers to help you write or update your will.
If you’d like to speak with us in confidence about your plans for making a gift to Tall Ships Youth Trust, please email: email@example.com
Writing or updating a will is not something most of us do very often and you may have a number of questions about how to include a gift to Tall Ships Youth Trust. We have provided answers to some of the most commonly asked questions below.
Often the best way to support charities is with a residuary gift as it means the value of the gift will not change due to inflation. Your solicitor, or will writer, will be able to discuss the best options for your particular circumstances.
Any gift, large or small, will make a difference and help change the lives of young people from some of the most disadvantaged backgrounds in society.
No we don’t. Instead, we advise you speak with a friend or family member who can recommend a solicitor or will maker.
There are three main gift types to consider when leaving a gift in your will:
Your solicitor will be able to explain the different gift types you can make in your will.
Please include our full name, address and registered charity details:
Tall Ships Youth Trust
2A The Hard
Charity Number: 314229
By speaking to your solicitor or will maker when you either make or amend an existing will.