Why include Renew Counselling in your Will?
Statistics confirm that the number of children and adults suffering the consequences of divorce and family breakdown is on the rise. Furthermore, the numbers of young people and adults living in poverty or being unemployed are on the increase also. The effect of these changes in Renew is clear: more people of all ages requiring more help to cope with whatever life throws at them.
Severe cuts in government and schools’ funding mean that every year Renew is receiving less money from statutory bodies. We are depending more and more on generous gifts from individuals and churches to meet the growing needs in local communities across East London and Essex.
By remembering Renew Counselling in your Will you will help to ensure that future generations of people
struggling with mental and emotional health issues can access professional and affordable counselling that can help them to make a fresh start in their lives.
What to do next
All gifts, regardless of size are greatly appreciated and will be acknowledged and honoured.
- If you have already made your Will and want to include Renew Counselling, then ask your Solicitor about a Codicil (a legal document read in conjunction with your existing Will that amends it to include your additional request).
- If you have not yet written a Will, then we suggest that you speak to a Solicitor.
- If you have already included Renew Counselling in your Will, then please let us know so we can honour you during your lifetime.
- If you would like to know more about Renew Counselling’s work or leaving a legacy, then please contact: