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Leave a gift in your Will

Thank you for considering leaving a gift in your Will to help relieve poverty and provide opportunities in developing countries across the world.

Without the kindness and compassion of people who choose to leave a gift, our work simply could not continue.

Choosing to leave a legacy to Mehiel Foundation is a great way to support us if you want to contribute towards our efforts but aren’t able to offer physical help or a donation right now.

What can you leave in a Will?

The most common gifts let to charities are Pecuniary Legacies and Residuary Legacies.

Pecuniary Legacy

You may wish to leave a specific sum of money to the Mehiel Foundation.

Residuary Legacy

You can choose to leave a percentage of your estate after expenses have been paid. This ensures your gift maintains its value over time, and even a 1% share can make a huge difference to our relief work.

How to leave a gift in your Will

Although leaving a gift in your Will is a significant decision, the process is very straightforward and often less daunting than you think.

We recommend appointing a professional Will writer to have your Will drafted, to ensure your wishes are carried out when you pass away.

If you wish to leave a legacy for us but require support in writing your Will, you have the opportunity to receive a free Will writing service from our friends at Wills & Trusts Wealth Management.

What could a gift in your Will achieve?

Any gift left to Mehiel Foundation in a Will contributes towards our essential work in developing countries.

Your legacy could help support farmers to grow fresh produce, not only to feed themselves and their families, but to generate an income and therefore reduce poverty in their community.

Your gift could also contribute towards our education, sports and sanitation projects in order to empower more communities, regardless of their race, gender or religion.

We promise to devote ourselves to providing a better life for those living in poverty.