How can my gift help?
CampaigningOur campaign work aims to promote conditions in society that enable families to flourish. For example, our campaign titled ’16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based violence’ is aimed at putting an end to gender-based violence. Every year, we join with others globally to raise awareness of, and call for an end to, GBV in all forms and in all societies.
Mothers’ Union’s Church & Community Mobilisation Process trains facilitators around the world to lead Bible studies that inspire Churches to work with their wider communities to make changes together. Communities are empowered to take control of their futures by using the resources God has given them.
Providing holidays for families facing adversityWhen families are under a lot of pressure it can have a negative impact on their relationships. Members across the UK and Ireland provide Away From It All holidays, giving families in need a break from the stresses of everyday life and a chance to spend quality time together.
Promoting stable marriage
Mothers’ Union’s Loving for Life programme trains members to facilitate marriage preparation groups. Through these sessions couples learn more about each other, ways to communicate, and discuss matters that will help them as they journey through their married life together.
How to write your will
Writing a Will allows you to make sure your money and possessions go to the ones you love. Once you know they will be looked after, you may also like to leave a gift to the causes you care about, such as Mothers' Union. This can also have the added benefit of reducing the amount of Inheritance Tax paid on your estate.
Writing a Will needn’t be a complicated process but hopefully these simple steps will help:
- Find a Solicitor
- Choose executors
- Decide who will receive what
- Let us know your intentions by using the pledge form enclosed in this pack
- Bear in mind that our projects and programmes can change over time
- Keep your Will up to date and safe
For details about the process, download out FAQ document from the link below. You can also contact us at:
Tel: 020 7227 0620