Give in your will
Remembering Doctors for Nepal in your will is a wonderful way to support us beyond your lifetime. Gifts can be directed to an area of our work that particularly interests or inspires you, for example:
- Sponsor a medical student
- Sponsor a nursing student
- Sponsor one of our graduated doctors
- Fund a student's living expenses
- Finance the purchase of laptops, books and medical equipment
How can you benefit from leaving a legacy?
There's never been a better time than now to leave a charitable bequest to Doctors for Nepal. Once you have ensured that family and friends are provided for, we hope that you might consider a gift to DFN, and draw comfort from knowing that your contribution will help secure the future of doctors and nurses in Nepal.
A gift in your will can also help reduce the inheritance tax paid on your estate. HMRC will reduce inheritance tax from 40% to 36% for those who pledge 10% or more of their taxable estate to charity in their wills.
How to leave a legacy to DFN
Including a legacy gift to DFN in your will is easy. Gifts can be a specified sum of money, a proportion of your residuary estate or specific items of your property.
If you have already made your will and would like to include DFN, you can simply add a codicil making the addition or change. A codicil is a separate legal document amending your will and can be made with the advice of your solicitor.
If you are yet to make a will, first consult a professional adviser (usually your solicitor or your bank).
For more information or to discuss possible areas for your support please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All conversations will be treated in confidence and will not constitute any binding agreement.
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