Registered Charity Number: 1105747
Shepton Mallet, Somerset
Leave a Legacy to Empower South African Children through Education
What better legacy to leave than the education of a child?
Have you ever considered leaving a legacy to empower an African child through education; after all what better legacy to leave than the education of a child?
Whether you are passionate about the cause or want to give back to the country you love, you can leave a legacy which could transform the future of an underprivileged African child.
The size and form of the donation is entirely up you. By leaving SOS Africa £240 you will pay for a child’s tuition for a year, £600 would include their care as well. Equally a donation of £3000 would pay for a child’s tuition for the duration of their school education, from reception through to grade 12. Whilst £8000 would also provide for their school uniform, stationery, transportation and after-school care for the full 13 years.
SOS Africa is also happy to provide feedback to your family on the difference your donation has made. For example, if you decide to support the education and care of an SOS Africa child, we can update your family on their progression through school.
Dr Matt Crowcombe (CEO, SOS Africa)
21 High Street
Make a Pledge
Gifts left in wills are really important to SOS Africa. However even if you haven't made a will, making a pledge to do so in the future would really help us to find out about your future intentions.
Pledges are not legally binding so by filling out this form you are not committing yourself! You are simply allowing SOS Africa to confidently estimate future support for their cause.
Leave a Legacy
If you have already made a will but you want to leave a legacy to a charity you can make an addition or change it without re-writing your current will. This addition is called a codicil.
To leave a legacy to SOS Africa please download the codicil form below and take it along to your solicitor.
Please note however that this form is not legally binding on its own and has to be part of your main will. We advise you to seek the advice of a solicitor.
If you have any questions about leaving a legacy to us, please contact SOS Africa directly – they will be happy to discuss this with you.