The British Youth Council is delighted to announce that we have joined The Goodwill Partnership to offer low cost, best practice, home visit will writing services to our supporters and volunteers.
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 the British Youth Council 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. 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 helped 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.
Kira Lewis, Member of Youth Parliament for Somerset, comments, “Without BYC I would not have the confidence to campaign, scrutinise, and represent as I can. Since joining in 2014 as a Member of Youth Parliament, the BYC has given me fantastic opportunities to develop my personal skills, and I have been able to meet, and learn from, some amazing young people from every corner of the country.
“My youth voice journey with the BYC has taken me to wonderful places – including sitting three times in the House of Commons Chamber – and because of my development, I am now able to access new roles, including being a Governor at my college and becoming the South-West’s Procedures Group Representative for the UK Youth Parliament.”
Starting immediately, The Goodwill Partnership will offer Will-writing services to the charity’s supporters and volunteers. There is no obligation for anyone using this service to leave a gift to the British Youth Council, but it is hoped that the initiative will help raise additional funds for the British Youth Council to continue providing opportunities and important skills to young people across the UK and through the rest of their lives.
Mark Jackson, Co-Founder of The Goodwill Partnership says, “The British Youth Council is a fantastic charity making a huge difference to young people in the UK and we are delighted to be partnering with them”.