What can you leave to a charity?

You can leave all your assets, or a sum of money, Stocks, jewellery, works of art, buildings (house, apartment, parcel of land), or any other property that belongs to you. You can also in the same will bequeath some property to relatives (family, friends …).

Can I leave my estate to charity?

Leaving a part or your entire estate to charity may reduce, and in some situations, eliminate the Inheritance Tax liability. If you leave something to charity in your will then this may not count towards the total taxable value of your estate.

How do I leave money to charity?

For example, you can give a specific amount, leave a percentage of your estate, or donate the residue of your assets. Decide which assets, such as money or personal property, you’d like to leave to charity. Confirm your organization’s legal name, charitable registration number, and preferred wording for legacy gifts.

How do you become a beneficiary for a charity?

Name a charity of your choice as the beneficiary of your life insurance proceeds or retirement account assets. Identify the charity on the form by listing the organization’s full name, address and tax ID number. Indicate that the beneficiary is a charity on the designation form.

The Frankie Foundation for Children
BW Charity Hub – Riverscape
10 Queen Street Place
London – EC4R 1BE
Registration number: 1180488