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CPAS enables churches to help every person hear and discover the good news of Jesus

Leave a legacy

Making and leaving a will is probably one of the most important steps we can take to make sure our money and possessions are distributed as we would wish.

But it is also a time when you need to ask yourself whether your will could be a way of sharing your faith beyond your lifetime.

Organisations such as CPAS have sought to support, enable and equip people along their journey of faith for 175 years.

Please consider leaving a gift in your will to CPAS, allowing us to continue to enable churches to help every person hear and discover the good news of Jesus Christ.

Writing a will

There are several different options of how to leave a gift for a charity such as CPAS when writing your will:

  • A percentage of your estate.
  • A specific amount of money.
  • A specific gift (e.g. property, jewellery, etc).

If you do not have a solicitor or know who to approach, you may wish to contact the Law Society (search for 'Wills and probate' under 'Area of law') which lists solicitors with experience of handling wills.

To find out more on how you can leave a legacy to CPAS please call the supporter relations team on 0300 123 0780 (ext. 4380) or email legacies@cpas.org.uk.

You can also view our legacies leaflet below, or download a copy for your reference.

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