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Giving

Your money is precious and when you want to give some away, you want to be sure it will make a difference. A one-off gift of £10 allows us to serve refreshments at each of our weekly Tea & Chat events for at least a month; over a year, a regular monthly gift of £10 per month allows us to hire a hall in Old Felixstowe for 5 weeks to host one of those weekly drop-in events where tea, coffee, conversation and laughter feature highly! The generous giving of our current supporters makes a difference by allowing hope trust to provide regular community activities that people can enjoy.

You can find out more by contacting us; standing order and gift aid forms are also available to download, or you can donate via localgiving.com/hopetrust or givingabit.com

 Legacies

The work of hope trust relies on the enduring support of individuals, local churches and other organisations.  Their generosity allows hope trust to carry out its work in Felixstowe and the surrounding villages.  As individuals, and families, appreciate and benefit from the work of hope trust, one way that their appreciation could be expressed is through leaving a legacy in their will.  Any monies received by hope trust would, of course, be used wisely in its ongoing work with older people.

Whether it is a specific sum or a share in, or all of, what’s left of the value of an estate once bills have been paid and other legacies distributed, any gift would be gratefully received.

How do I leave the charity a legacy?:

A codicil can be added to an existing will; where no will has been written, then please seek advice from a local solicitor or professional advisor so that your wishes can be accurately represented.

Thank you.