Leave a legacy

The support and generosity of people like you
is essential in helping us to raise the vital funds
we need each year to keep our service going.

The support and generosity of people like you is essential in helping us to raise the vital funds we need each year to keep our service going.

Legacies are the foundation for many UK charities and are vital in making sure that all the good work they do can continue.

Thankfully 74% of the UK population support charities and when asked, 35% of people say they’d happily leave a gift in their will once family and friends had been provided for. So, once you’ve looked after your family and friends please think about leaving a life-changing gift to NWG Network so that we can help give children a voice and continue the fight against the horrors of Child Exploitation (CE).

If you decide to support NWG Network by leaving a legacy we would be delighted. A legacy, because it may be larger than the average donation, brings endless relief to children/young people and their families who are suffering at the hands of unimaginable grief.

Your pledge will help us to:

Improve the chances of children / young people being heard and to deter sexual predators and trafficking through awareness of CE.

Educate professionals on the indicators a victimised child/young person may display, meaning more families can receive the help they so desperately need.

It won’t heal the scars, but it will help them receive the support they need, so that they can learn to cope with living with what the horrors of what has happened to them.

If you would like to leave a legacy, please contact us.

What kind of gifts can I leave?

A legacy from a supporter is truly appreciated by NWG Network and helps to secure the future of our fight against CE. You may wish to consider the following types of legacy:

A Pecuniary Legacy

A specific amount of money set out in your will.

A Specific Legacy

A non-money gift, which is clearly stated in your will, for example – gifts of shares, bonds or personal effects.

A Residuary Legacy

Which is the residue of your estate (or a % of it) when all other costs and legacies have been made.

A Reversionary Legacy

When NWG Network do not receive your legacy until another person who has the benefit of your estate whilst they are alive has passed away.

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