Leaving a legacy to Scripture Union will enable us to continue sharing the good news of Jesus with the 95% of children and young people who are not in church
It's your will
Making a will and deciding who will benefit from your estate is a very personal matter that requires serious prayer and consideration.
After making provision for family and close friends, many people choose to leave a gift in their will to charities close to their hearts.
Most legacies left to Scripture Union are from those who have faithfully served God throughout their lives, many of whom made a decision to follow Christ on a Scripture Union holiday or beach mission.
"... we will tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord, his power and the wonders he has done." Psalm 78:4
Martin Nunn is so grateful to Scripture Union, who he first encountered in his teens. He shares why he has chosen to leave us a legacy.
What your legacy could do
Gifts in wills fund roughly a fifth of Scripture Union's work in sharing the good news of Jesus with the next generation.
Here are some examples of what a gift in your will could make possible:
- A gift of £800 in your will could ensure that a class of 30 primary school children hear about Jesus at a local Lifepath event.
- A gift of £4,000 in your will could help fund the running of a two-week beach mission.
- A gift of £42,000 in your will could help to resource and support one of our regional workers for a whole year.
No gift is too small to be used by God to transform a life. Your generosity can result in more children and young people hearing the good news of Jesus.
Request a FREE legacy guide
Our free legacy guide – A Legacy: To what you love, to what will last – will give you all the information you need to get started.