Legacies and Gifts

Remember the Labrador Lifeline Trust in your will

Every year more and more Labradors find themselves in need of a new home.  By leaving us a gift in your will, you can  help us to continue to provide vital support to those Labradors who are in need of care. Below is some help with the wording when making a will.

Residuary Legacies

Leaving a residuary legacy, which is a share of percentage of your estate once other gifts and payments have been made, means your gift keeps pace with inflation.

To leave a residuary legacy we suggest the following wording:-

I give [all] or [insert percentage] of my residuary estate to Labrador Lifeline Trust [registered charity number 1076061] of 6 Tottenham Close, Bramley, Tadley, Hampshire RG26 5NW to be applied for its general purposes and I declare that the receipt of the Treasurer or other appropriate officer shall be a complete discharge to my Trustees.

Pecuniary Legacies

To leave a pecuniary legacy (a cash sum) we suggest the following wording:-

I give £ [insert amount] to Labrador Lifeline Trust (registered charity number 1076061) of 6 Tottenham Close, Bramley, Tadley, Hampshire RG26 5NW to be applied for its general purposes and I declare that the receipt of the Treasurer or other appropriate officer shall be a complete discharge to my Trustees.

If you need any more information on making a Will, or amending your current one to include Labrador Lifeline Trust, please contact Martin Coakley of Cheyney Goulding Solicitors on 01483 567676 mcoakley@cheyneyoulding.co.uk

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