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Leaving a Legacy

Did you know that Erskine needs to raise over £10 million per year to keep running? By leaving a gift in your will you would be leaving a legacy that will carry on long after you’ve gone.

Through a gift in your Will, you could provide a brighter future for our Veterans and give them a reason to smile. Even just 1% of your estate will make a huge difference.

 

 

Making a Difference

Legacies help us provide further beds, specialist nurses and equipment and to extend our recreational programme to benefit all our veterans. Independence is precious to the people we care for and your gift can help us purchase physiotherapy equipment which allows greater access to mobility. It also helps pay for our Activity Centre, which helps support younger Veterans living in the community, by offering them companionship and the opportunity to learn new skills. 83% of every pound is spent directly on helping over 800 veterans every year.

 

Partner Solicitors

Erskine is partnered with a number of solicitors to bring you a free will writing service. There is no obligation to make a legacy gift to Erskine, however we would ask you consider making a one off donation. Fill in the form below to access the free Will writing service.

 

Request Free Will Writing

  • Fill in the form below and our Legacy Officer Sarah Morgan will be in touch regarding a free Will writing service.
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  • We'd love to keep in touch with you to tell you about the exciting and vital work we have planned to support veterans at Erskine, and how your donation is helping us achieve that.

    Your details will always be kept securely and we will never share, swap or sell any of your information.

 

Finding out more

If you would like anymore information about leaving a gift in your Will, have a look at our FAQ’s. We are always happy to hear from you too. Our Legacy Officer Sarah Morgan will be happy to chat to you on 0141 814 4520. Alternatively, she is available at sarah.morgan@erskine.org.uk.