To help those who might like to leave a Gift to YANA in a Will, we have put together some straightforward advice of how to go about it.
A welcome legacy
In recent years, more and more UK charities have made the effort to welcome legacies, recognising the need for funding solutions that will secure income for the years ahead.
According to Smee & Ford, UK’s leading provider of legacy information, more than 10,000 individual charities were named as beneficiary in a Will in 2018 and there were almost 40,000 charitable estates. Smee & Ford’s 2019 report shows that charities are receiving more than £3bn per year in legacy.
Small is beautiful
Traditionally, it was the larger charities, such as RNLI, RSPCA and Cancer Research UK, who benefitted most from legacies. However, the evidence shows that people are becoming more mindful of benefitting local charities they respect. In fact, much of the growth in legacy in recent years relates to small and mid-sized charities.
To make remembering YANA in your Will easy as possible, we have put together some straightforward advice. If you are interested, then do read the simple steps to leaving the gift of a legacy to YANA in Your Will.
We are truly grateful for every legacy and donation we receive.