A will is a good way to plan for the future needs of your family and loved ones. When you’re making your will, please include a donation that will help people affected by mental illness.
None of our work is possible without the amazing support we receive and we are grateful for donations of any size. We are a small charity and we are especially careful with donations – anything you give us is important and appreciated; you will be helping us to continue providing vital mental health support and improving the lives of those affected by mental illness.
Examples of How Your Donation Could be Used
£500 (or $650) could pay for 4 mental health clinics a month, offering life-changing support to 300 adults and children in northern Uganda;
£1000 (or $1300) could pay for 4 radio programmes in Sierra Leone to raise awareness of mental ill-health, publicise available treatment and invite questions from listeners;
£5000 (or $6,500) could pay for trauma counselling training, providing regular training for counsellors, lay counsellors and health professionals; and
£10,000 (or $13,000) could pay the annual salaries for two full-time counsellors to offer support to young genocide survivors in Rwanda.
Finding a Solicitor
To find a local solicitor in the UK who can advise you on leaving charitable gifts in your will, visit the Remember A Charity website https://www.rememberacharity.org.uk/making-a-will/find-a-solicitor/
To find a local lawyer in the USA for your estate planning needs, please visit www.lawyers.com.
Get In Touch
If you have already remembered Network for Africa in your Will, or intend to in the future, we’d love to hear from you. Not only will this help us make plans for the future of Network for Africa, but, more importantly, it means that we can thank you properly for your support.
Also, if you would like to make your gift in memory of someone special, we will remember them, and you on our website. If you have any questions, please get in touch with us.
Thank you for your interest in making a gift to Network for Africa in your will.