Remember a Charity Week with Tŷ Hafan Day 1

by | Sep 11, 2023 | Charities, Wills

Remember a Charity Week with Tŷ Hafan Day 1 – Introduction

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What is Remember a Charity Week?

Remember a Charity Week runs from 11 to 17 September 2023. It is a campaign run by  “Remember a Charity“. Remember a Charity Week is an opportunity for everyone to take a moment to consider leaving a gift to charity in their will after looking after family and friends.

Pass on Something Wonderful with a Charitable Gift in Your Will

Have you or someone you care about been positively impacted by a charity? Charitable gifts in Wills are crucial for charities to continue their important work. In fact, many charities wouldn’t even exist without these kinds of gifts. Unfortunately, not enough people are aware of this incredible form of giving. There’s a common misconception that leaving money to charity in a Will is only for the extremely wealthy. But the truth is, even a small donation can make a massive impact.

Family and friends a Priority

While taking care of your family and friends should always be a priority, your Will also provides an opportunity to give a thank-you gift to your favourite charity. Countless beloved charities in our country owe their existence to generous individuals like you who have remembered them in their Wills. After providing for your loved ones, leaving even a modest gift can accomplish incredible things. Plus, the process is much simpler than you might think.

Even a small contribution can go a long way

Gifts in Wills play a critical role in funding charitable services all over the country, raising over £3 billion annually for good causes. They help support two out of every three guide dogs, six out of every ten RNLI lifeboat rescue launches, and nearly one-third of Macmillan’s income. They also sustain numerous smaller and community-based charities, along with the museums we all enjoy and the environmental causes that protect the countryside where we love to go for family walks on Sundays.

Which Charity to support?

Consider the causRemember a Charity week - Charity Legacies es and charities that you believe are doing exceptional work and should continue to be protected for the future. You might have a specific charity in mind that you’d like to support, or you can explore the Remember A Charity website, which collaborates with over 200 charities and allows you to search by location or type of cause. Or look at the outstanding work of Tŷ Hafan which is the charity we have decided to support for Remember a Charity week.

Remember, a charitable gift in your Will can bring joy and make a difference long after you’re gone. So, please consider passing on something wonderful by including a charitable donation in your Will. It’s a simple gesture that can have a lasting and meaningful impact.


Harries Watkins Jones working with Tŷ Hafan

As a Remember a CharityTŷ Hafan Play therapistChampion, Harries Watkins Jones is proud to share the work of Tŷ Hafan Children’s Hospice, one of the amazing local charities you may wish to consider supporting with a gift in your will.

Each day this week, we’ll bring you a different story from Tŷ Hafan, highlighting the incredible work the Tŷ Hafan team does at the hospice in the Vale of Glamorgan and in communities across Wales.

Today we introduce you to Anna, a Play Therapist at Tŷ Hafan, who explains what a typical day is like for her. A day in the life of… a Play Therapist – Ty Hafan


Remember a Charity?

Have you thought about leaning a legacy in your will to a charity, you may find our page on charity legacies useful.

Contact us to find out more about our will writing services and how to leave a charitable gift in your will.



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