Gifts And Legacies



A gift in your will can help Trust House Lancashire be there today and tomorrow for survivors of sexual violence and abuse.


Why leave a gift in your will?


Leaving a legacy is not only easy, but an incredible thing to do to help others in need.


When it comes to writing your will, it is completely understandable that you will want to look after your loved ones first. But once those closest to you have been provided for, you might consider leaving something to Trust House Lancashire too.


Gifts left in a will don’t have to be large amounts. They come in all shapes and sizes – with gifts ranging from £100 to £20,000, from 1% of an estate to 100%, or anything left over after your family have been provided for.


They don’t even have to be money – some people choose to leave an item of value to their chosen charity. It is completely up to you. Whatever you choose to leave, your donation will help us continue to reach the people who need us most in the future.


People will benefit


Leaving a gift in your will is a great way to support Trust House Lancashire long into the future.  Although you may never meet them, your legacy can help us ensure that thousands adult victims and survivors of childhood abuse get the support and help they need to leave the impact of childhood abuse behind, grow as a person and enjoy a happier and more fulfilled life, not defined by the trauma they suffered as children.


Your gift will make a difference


Your gift will enable us to strengthen and expand our services, such as the telephone support line, email service, and support groups for survivors of abuse.  It will also help us to increase specialised external training to frontline staff who may engage with adult survivors of childhood abuse in any professional setting. With the help of your gift, we could also deepen our advocacy work helping to improve understanding about the impact of childhood abuse and to seek support from those who can make a difference.

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