Don’t underestimate how important your support is.
Because bibic is a small charity, just one gift in a will can make a huge impact on so many lives.
Please watch our short video to see how your gift will make a difference…
Why bibic needs gifts in wills
Sadly, disability is poorly funded in the UK. In fact, less than 8% of disabled children receive a regular support service of any kind from their local authority*.
With 100% of families saying that bibic provided the help, support and guidance they needed for their child, you can be confident that bibic uses your donations to make the biggest impact**.
bibic receives no funding from the government to provide it’s life-changing service and has relied on public donations and gifts in wills for over 45 years.
How to leave a gift in your will
Whether you have a will already, or you’re planning to write your first will, it really isn’t hard to do. It’s best to visit a solicitor, and this is the wording they need to use:
Is there a simple way I can add bibic to my existing will?
If you would like to add bibic to your existing will, you can do this easily and cheaply with a codicil. Just speak to your solicitor about this.
Honouring your memory
Those who leave us a gift in their will mean a lot to us. For that reason, 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.
Please let us know so that we can thank you. As a result, 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.
* Papworth Trust 2016
** bibic stress questionnaire statistics