Leave a gift in your will
A gift in your will could be life-changing, perhaps even lifesaving, for a person locally that needs us in the future.
Help us support the mental health of future generations by leaving a gift in your will.
If you decide to write a will, you will undoubtedly consider the needs of your family and loved ones first. Once you have looked after your loved ones, choose to leave a gift to Oxfordshire Mind.
How could your gift help?
Your gift would help us to create a world where everyone experiencing poor mental health gets the support and respect they deserve.
- £200 could pay for our Information Line for a day – signposting over 9,000 people to help and support each year.
- £2,000 could provide training for people recovering from mental illness, increasing their confidence and opening the door to employment opportunities.
- £15,000 could help 1,000 people experiencing mental health difficulties to take part in group therapy sessions where they are encouraged to discuss their feelings.
Leave a gift in your will to Oxfordshire Mind and help shape the future of mental health.
How do I leave a gift in my Will?
Whether you have written a will already, or you’re planning to write your first will, we can provide you with relevant information.
You can donate:
- A specific amount
- An item or property
- What is left after you’ve supported your loved ones
We would kindly ask that the information below is passed onto your solicitor to ensure Oxfordshire Mind receives your gift*:
2 Kings Meadow
Registered Charity Number: 261476
If we are lucky enough to receive your support in this way, we would be grateful if you could let us know of your intentions so we can thank you, and ensure you are kept up to date with our work.
Get in touch
If you would like more information or would like to speak to someone about leaving a gift in your will, please contact Kathryn:
Mobile: 07394 567 360
*Please note that although we are associated with National Mind, we are an independent charity supporting the people of Oxfordshire.