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Will & Legacies

Grandma and young granddaughter

Would You Consider Leaving A Gift To TDAS in Your Will?

TDAS is passionately committed to educating the next generation about healthy relationships and to empowering children and young people to develop the awareness they need to spot attempts to manipulate and abuse them now and in the future.

We're also equally committed to continuing to providing high-quality support services to those experiencing domestic abuse.

Leaving a gift to TDAS in your will is a great way of helping  ensure that TDAS' services continue to be available for generations to come.    

Ways Of Supporting TDAS In Your Will

We suggest speaking to the solicitor who is preparing your will for more information, as we are unable to offer any legal advice.

Here are some different ways that a gift to TDAS can be included in your will.

  • The gift of an item e.g. shares, property.  This is a 'Specific Legacy'.

  • A sum of money.   This is a 'Pecuniary Legacy'.

  • Part of your estate e.g. a percentage of the value of your estate after all taxes, specific gifts and the cost of administering the estate have been paid.  This is a 'Residuary Legacy'.

Supporting TDAS In Memory Of Someone Special

You might wish to make a gift to TDAS in memory of someone special or, instead of having flowers at a funeral, asking people to donate to TDAS instead.

Please get in touch and we can help you with this.  We will also feature your gift and in memoriam message on our website.


In Memoriam

Joan Smith 

1934 - 2021

"Mum cared passionately about women's rights.  Donating to TDAS is a fitting tribute to her."

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