Leave a legacy
Give young people hope for their future by leaving them a gift in your will
By choosing to leave a gift in your will, you will make the biggest personal difference to young people facing disadvantage long into the future. Your legacy will be young people getting the skills and qualifications they need to move into work and out of poverty. Young people becoming active members of their local community. A healthier future generation that takes part in regular exercise and looks after their health. Your legacy is their brighter future.
After looking after your family and friends, please consider remembering Street League in your will.
How your gift will make a difference
By leaving a gift in your will to Street League, you will be transforming the lives of young people living in poverty in the UK for generations to come.
You could change young people’s lives by:
Covering the cost for a young person to attend one of our sport and employability academies for a week or for a whole year
Giving young people the kit they need to take part in sports sessions and gain the benefits of becoming fit and healthy
Providing young people with the opportunity to complete vital qualifications to give them the skills they need for training courses and the world of work
Making your will
Making a will is a simple process and needn’t be expensive. You should visit a solicitor to have your will drawn up. To find a solicitor near you, contact The Law Society on 020 7242 1222 or visit their website.
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