Support us Gifts in wills Leave a gift to Street League in your will By leaving a gift in your will to Street League you will be transforming the lives of unemployed young people in the UK for generations to come. Last year we progressed four unemployed young people per day into employment. Your support means that we can move even more young people into employment, so they can look forward to a happy, fulfilling future. Your legacy will be a more productive, healthier society. Young people getting the skills and qualifications to gain sustained employment. Young people becoming active members of society. A healthier future generation that take part in regular sport and engage with their local communities. Your legacy is their brighter future. What can a gift in my will do? A gift in your will can pay for the staffing, kit, qualifications and pitch hire that support an unemployed young person like Darren into employment. It can cover the cost for a young person to attend for a day, or for an Academy programme for a whole year. Whatever amount you decide to leave will make a positive impact on a young persons life. After you’ve looked after family and friends, please consider to Street League Putting a gift in your Will to Street League does not mean neglecting your family and friends. Of course you can put them first. But if there is any room for a legacy to the Street League, this will make a profound difference to young person like Darren. Any amount you can give will mean that we can improve the prospects of a young person. How to leave a gift in your will Whatever your reason for choosing to support Street League you will be helping to create a brighter future for thousands of young people. We recommend consulting a solicitor when making or changing a Will. Should you be interested, as part of the Remember a Charity consortium we offer a discount will writing service. More information can be found here. There are several kinds of gifts you can give. These include: Residuary legacy Read more The whole or a share/ percentage of whatever remains from your estate once all other gifts and expenses have been deducted. This is the most flexible type of gift and combats inflation because the value of your gift increases automatically. Pecuniary legacy Read more A set sum of money. Please be aware that a pecuniary legacy won’t keep its value in line with inflation unless your Will states the gift is to be ‘index-linked’, which means the sum of money will be linked to the index of retail prices. Specific legacy Read more A specific item like a house, painting, memorabilia, a piece of jewellery or an antique. If you decide to leave a gift in your Will to Street League, here is our suggested wording for the two most common types of gift – residuary legacies and pecuniary legacies. Please note that the appropriate wording may differ in Scotland and Northern Ireland, and if you wish to restrict your legacy to a particular region or project – your solicitor will be able to advise on the correct terms. Residuary legacy (share/ percentage of estate) Subject to the payment of my debts, funeral and testamentary expenses, I give the whole/____% of my estate not otherwise disposed of by this my Will to Street League (A charity registered in England and Wales (1101313) and Scotland (SC38884). Charity of Unit 3.05 Canterbury Court, Kennington Business Park, 1-3 Brixton Road, London, SW9 6DE for the general purposes of the Street League and I declare that the receipt of its Treasurer or other proper officer shall be a full and sufficient discharge. Pecuniary Gift: The following wording is for a pecuniary gift to the RNLI. ‘I give free of tax to Street League (A charity registered in England and Wales (1101313) and Scotland (SC38884) of Unit 3.05 Canterbury Court, Kennington Business Park, 1-3 Brixton Road, London, SW9 6DE the sum of £_____ for the general purposes of the Street League and I declare that the receipt of its Treasurer or other proper officer shall be a full and sufficient discharge. Cooperative Legal Services (CLS) Will Writing Service Should you not have your own solicitor, or want some advice before making a will, Street League are part of the remember a charity consortium. By using the code RACSTREET25 you will receive discount will writing support with Cooperative Legal Services. CLS will offer a Standard Single Will to customers referred via Remember A Charity, or one of its charity members, for £83.34 + VAT (£100 in total). This is a £41.66 discount on the market rate for CLS Wills. For all other Will types/products, such as Mirror Wills, Trust Wills, CLS will offer the same customers 15% off the standard cost of their Wills. Further information is available at www.co-operative.coop/legalservices How do the public write a Will through Co-operative Legal Services? Call 0844 252 9965 for free, expert advice. Please quote reference RACSTREET25 for the discount. Lines are open 8am – 8pm Monday to Friday, 9am – 1pm on Saturday. Customers in Scotland will be transferred to Miller Samuel in Glasgow. What happens? Co-op offer Will Writing Service over the telephone (rather than in person). Their initial conversation takes around 10 minutes (during which they explain how a Will protects your supporter, their loved ones and their estate, as well as discussing the option of leaving a gift to a charity in their Will). If the supporter wishes to write the Will with The Co-operative Legal Services, they will agree a convenient time for a Will Writing specialist to take their instruction over the phone. This will take around 45 minutes. What is the process for writing a Will? CLS offer a convenient way to have a Will professionally written. Their telephone based Will Writing Service is provided by an experienced Will writing team, giving professional support and advice which is affordable and convenient. Their service includes: Free initial guidance and support on writing a Will A convenient way to have a Will professionally written Free storage of the Will in a secure, fire and waterproof area Free ongoing support and advice A professional Executor Service All of the services are backed by The Co-operative Group’s ethical values of openness, honesty, social responsibility and caring for others. All personal details and a password are taken from the individual booking the Will appointment. Correspondence confirming the appointment is sent to the address provided.