Leaving a gift in a will, no matter how big or small, could help Les Amis give vulnerable islanders the support they need, long in to the future. Les Amis, like all charities, ultimately relies on the goodwill of the public to continue with the high level of support and care it offers to islanders with a learning disability.
Leaving a legacy in your will is a straightforward process; a lawyer will do the necessary drafting of your will and, because Jersey law is very different to UK law, it is always advisable to use a lawyer when drawing up a will.
If you already have a will, a lawyer can make the necessary adjustments – called a codicil – to your existing will.
Any money raised from legacies go directly to support the people you wish to help and your legacy can be used for an identified project, particularly if it is important to you that the money you leave is used in a specific way.