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Gifts In Wills

Why leave your gift to bibic?

For every 100 babies born, 7 have a disability. As you can imagine, looking after a child who has a disability is not easy. Children with a learning disability are often socially excluded and 8 out of 10 are bullied. Knowing your child cannot communicate or make friends with other children is heart breaking.

When I’m gone, my legacy will provide a happy future for children with disabilities. That makes me feel warm inside.’ Wendy, bibic supporter

Watching your child struggle with the simplest task leaves a lump in your throat. With only 1 in 13 disabled children receiving a regular support service of any kind from their local authority, the demand for bibic’s service is overwhelming.

Will you be a shining star for desperate mums and dads all over the country? You can offer parents the chance of a better life for their child and hope for the future by leaving a gift in your will to bibic.
bibic’s dedicated therapists work endlessly to give children the chance of a life their parents once thought was out of reach. A gift we can only give because of people like you. Your support is critically needed.

bibic is a small charity with a massive job to do. With no government funding our life changing work is only possible because people like you open their hearts.

How do I give to bibic in my will?

You should contact a solicitor to write your will. They will ensure that your loved ones are provided for and that your wishes are carried out. Any size gift that you can leave to bibic will be used to transform the lives of disabled children and their families.

Your solicitor will need our charity registration number which is 1057635.

What type of gift can I leave?

  • Residuary Gifts – a share of all that is left of your estate once loved ones have been provided for.
  • Pecuniary Gifts – a fixed sum of money.
  • Gifts in Kind – items such as a car, property, shares, jewellery, a painting or furniture.

Is there a simple way I can add bibic to my existing will?

A Codicil is a simple form that allows you to make additions to your current will. Therefore, if you wish to add bibic as a beneficiary in your will, ask your solicitor to complete a Codicil.

Honouring your memory

Those who leave us a gift in their will mean a lot to us. We display a Book of Remembrance in our family room. Should you decide to leave us a gift, your name will be entered into the Book as our way of remembering your kindness.

If you pledge to leave bibic a gift in your will

Please let us know so that we can thank you. We will make you an honorary member of our Sponsor a UK Child scheme so that you can see the type of impact your gift will have on a child’s life.
A gift in your will, no matter how big or small, will bring happiness to a desperate family.
Just 1% of your estate would change a child’s life.

Want to have a chat?

If you would like to know more about bibic’s work or if you wish to discuss anything relating to leaving a gift in your will please call Carla on 01458 253344 or drop her an email.

bibic is a proud member of Remember a Charity

 

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