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A Gift in Your Will

Did you know that two thirds of people in Britain have not made a will which means that millions of pounds of unclaimed legacies are paid to the government rather than to family and friends? As well as making life easier for your dependents, making a will can help reduce the tax payable.

When it comes to making a will it is only right that your family and friends come first in your thoughts. However many people also like to find a place in their will for a cause close to their heart. You could consider leaving a donation in your will so that your legacy can continue to make a difference after you are gone.

If you choose to make a gift in your will to SRSB, you will help us to continue making a difference to the lives of people with sight loss in Sheffield.

Your solicitor can advise you on ways to incorporate a gift (large or small) to a charity into your will.

Leaving a Legacy

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Your legacy will make a huge difference to someone in Sheffield who is struggling to cope with losing their sight. You don’t have to be wealthy to make a difference, a legacy of any size plays an invaluable part in our work.

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Writing a Will

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A will is one of the most important documents you will ever make. It’s the only way to secure the future of the people and causes you care about.

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Information for Solicitors and Executors

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If you do decide to remember SRSB in your will, please use the information provided here for your solicitor, or ask them to contact us.

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Our Community Engagement Team visit organisations and events across Sheffield and South Yorkshire to promote awareness about our services and about eye health

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This is our annual event where we ask the people of Sheffield to 'Stay In' and hold their own event for SRSB

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