Heartfelt Thanks to a Generous Donor

We are incredibly touched to learn of a recent bequest left to All4Aid this past month. A kind individual who served with us as a short-term volunteer, in his final wishes, left a percentage of his estate to support our work with and alongside refugees.

This generous gift will have a lasting impact on the lives of those we serve. It will help us to continue providing vital services, such as our FoodBank Programme, our workshops and support groups to equip refugees with valuable skills.

We are deeply grateful for this thoughtful contribution. It is a testament to the compassion and generosity that exists in the world. 

What about you? Have you ever thought about the legacy you want to leave when you are gone? 

Creating or amending a will that names All4Aid (and/or other organisations) as a beneficiary could be a great way, even in death, to make a statement and reaffirm your passion for the causes you cared about in life – regardless of the amount!

There are several ways to make a provision for All4Aid in your will so that it meets both the requirements for a legally valid bequest and accurately documents your wishes.  We encourage you to consult your lawyer for specific requirements in your country.

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