By remembering Blueprint for All in your Will, you are making one of the most significant personal commitments that a person can make. It shows that you believe in an inclusive society in which everyone is provided with tangible opportunities to thrive.
Your legacy won’t cost you anything today, but your support will ensure that the talented young people of tomorrow are provided with inspiration, opportunities and support that will enable them to succeed, regardless of their race, ethnicity or background.
We understand that your friends and family come first but once they are accounted for, leaving a legacy to Blueprint for All will help keep our vital work going well into the future.
How leaving a legacy can impact our work
All donations, however they are received, allow us to build our programmes and deliver real-life opportunities for our beneficiaries. For example, an increase in support from donors in 2020 enabled us to provide 100% more core bursaries to young people, each of whom received substantial assistance to fund their higher education. We were also able to engage with 500 new beneficiaries on our careers’ programmes, and our resources were shared with more than 2,000 new young people.
Your legacy could make a similar, lasting impact.
How to include Blueprint for All in your Will
Blueprint for All cannot offer legal or financial advice, nor can we recommend specific Will writers or solicitors. However, we can do our best to make the process as easy for you as possible. Our advice is to speak with your solicitor or professional Will writer before drafting a new Will or updating an existing Will (by way of a codicil).