Leave Link a gift in your Will
Many of you reading this page have been good friends to Link over a number of years, while others have come to this page out of interest in the work we do and to find out about how you might help us.
When you set out your wishes in your Will your family, of course, comes first. However, if there is something left, no matter how small, which you feel you would like to be used to help others, would you please think about making a gift to Link in your Will?
For children living in sub-Saharan Africa, quality education is the key to a better life, and its advantages can span for generations. Please help us give these children the chance they deserve.
Your gift could help to:
- Support a girl through primary education
- Build a community awareness raising campaign to increase support for education, particularly for girls
- Buy a set a library books for school children in their local language
- Improve facilities at a school to enable better attendance and quality of education
- Provide teacher training to help improve the quality of teaching and management at a school
- Deliver a full round of the School Performance Review, empowering schools and communities with the knowledge and tools they need to make sustainable and accountable changes to improve the quality of education
- Empower an entire district to make lasting improvements to the quality of education, creating a legacy that will continue for generations.
“Link has created awareness about a female being a mother, daughter, nation and a wife; teaching a female is teaching a community and a female can achieve anything if given a chance” – Betheseada Enaso, 14, Ade Dawe School
Information on Inheritance Tax
Your family solicitor will advise you properly as you write or revise your Will. Your estate (property, money and possessions) may be subject to Inheritance Tax if it is above the current thresholds of £325,000, or £650,000 if you are the surviving partner. Below those sums you can make tax free gifts to family and friends, or to charity. The remainder of your estate can then be passed on to your spouse or civil partner.
See HMRC Inheritance Tax website for more information at: https://www.gov.uk/inheritance-tax/overview