Leaving a legacy to Stroud Court
Remembering Stroud Court in your will is a wonderful way to make a lasting impact on our community.
As we are a small charity, any gift will help us build a better future for the autistic adults we support. Remember, all gifts left to registered charities are free from inheritance tax and capital gains tax.
How to leave a gift to Stroud Court in your will
There are several different ways you can leave us a gift.
If you would like to leave us a specific amount, consider a cash gift.
If you would like to leave us a gift of property, shares, jewellery, or any other item, consider a gift of specific assets.
If you would like to leave us a proportion of your estate, consider a residual gift.
You don’t have to rewrite your will to leave a gift to Stroud Court. You can simply update your will by writing a codicil. (Codicil is the legal term for an addition to an existing will). If you would like to leave us a gift, please download our codicil form.
Please be sure to talk with your solicitor first to make sure that your wishes and the interests of your family are being fully considered.
If you have any questions about leaving a gift to Stroud Court in your will, please contact our head of fundraising, Helen Kay, on 01453 834020 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.