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Margaret Boden, David McNair and senator David Norris outside Irish parliament People consider including Christian Aid in their will for a variety of personal reasons, including:

  • As an act of faith

  • As a way of acknowledging the many blessings they’ve received throughout their own life

  • To ensure their values of compassion and justice live on after they’ve gone

 

At Christian Aid we know that a legacy is not just a financial gift, but a gift of trust.

When you include us in your Will, you can trust that your gift will be put to its best possible use in our fight to end poverty, and benefit the world’s most vulnerable communities.

To find out more about the work of Christian Aid and our partners around the world, view our interactive map to see where and how your legacy could make a lasting difference.

 

Discuss your legacy with us

If you would like to discuss leaving a legacy to Christian Aid please feel free to contact Deborah Doherty (Belfast) or Ambrose Duffy (Dublin) in total confidence.

They are available to answer any questions you may have about the possibility of leaving a gift, and discuss how your legacy can be used by Christian Aid.

Call our office in Belfast on (028) 9064 8133 or Dublin on (01) 496 7040.

 

Already pledged?

If you have already included Christian Aid in your Will, we would love to hear from you.

Many of our supporters have told us what inspired them to leave a gift to Christian Aid in their Wills – and these stories are, in turn, a real inspiration to us.

FAQs

A woman and child in front of a wall of children's paintings Find out more about including a gift in your Will.

Contact us

For more information or if you have any questions, contact Deborah Doherty on 028 9064 8133 (Belfast) or Ambrose Duffy on 01 496 7040 (Dublin).