Remember us in your will
Leaving a legacy to Notting Hill Housing Trust could include money, assets, shares, property or personal possessions.
Leaving Notting Hill Housing Trust a legacy in your will is a powerful way of helping us help others and giving one last gift to a cause that you care for.
Making a will isn't something many of us like to think about. It's easier to put it off, pretend it isn't necessary or hope that things will work themselves out. But making a will is important, as it lets everybody know how you want your possessions to be dealt with after you've gone.
What happens to your estate
Without a will, the law decides what happens to your estate. If you're married, this may mean that everything will pass to your spouse, but it isn't guaranteed. There is a chance that the entire estate could pass to the government, as there is no instruction what to do.
Help us help others
Your gift doesn't have to be just money. Assets, shares even personal possessions can be left to us, and they can all be used to help those in need.
If you would like to talk to us, please call, email or write to us at:
Notting Hill Housing
London W6 0BR
For a housing charity like us, property is invaluable. A home left to us could be immediately used to house a homeless family, or if large enough, be converted into a hostel for those in dire need of a roof over their heads.
Charitable legacies are exempt from inheritance tax.
So, if your estate is over the threshold, a legacy to Notting Hill Housing could bring your estate below it and make sure that the difference goes to a cause of your choice and not to the Crown.
For more information and advice on writing a will, we are happy to provide you with a list of local solicitors who would be able to help.
Or, if you want to talk over the possibility of leaving something to Notting Hill Housing in your will, contact us on 020 8357 5333 or email@example.com.