A gift in your will to the British Youth Council is your opportunity to give young people a bright future.
If you are one of the millions of people who have been involved with the British Youth Council over the last seven decades, you will know the impact being part of BYC can have on a young persons life. Chances to learn, grow, influence and be challenged are what the British Youth Council is all about.
By remembering the British Youth Council in your will you can help secure these opportunities for generations to come.
How your gift can make a difference
If you've ever been involved in the British Youth Council, you'll know that the memories you make stay with you into adulthood. The experiences young people have help to make them who they are and give them the power to influence the world around them.
A gift in your will enables us to continue providing opportunities and important skills that will guide young people across the UK through the rest of their lives.
Types of gifts
There are different types of gifts that you can leave in your will. These are the most common.
A residuary gift
This is a way of passing on what remains of your estates once your loved ones have been provided for. You can leave the residue, or a share of it, to the British Youth Council.
A pecuniary gift
This is a set amount of money you can specify in your will.
Find out more about leaving a gift
If you would like to find out more about leaving a legacy to the British Youth Council, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call us on 0207 250 8374.
Please note that all correspondence will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
Making your will
Making a will is a simple process. You should visit a solicitor to have your will drawn up. At the British Youth Council we recommend getting in touch with the Goodwill Partnership for a discounted will writing service.