This year the IMNDA and 60 Irish charities are asking the public to consider leaving a legacy gift in their wills.
Gemma Watts, National Development Manager, IMNDA said “When people choose to leave a legacy gift to the IMNDA they are ensuring that people living with Motor Neurone Disease will always have access to the vital supports they need. Many of our supporters have told us they intend to leave us a legacy gift; to help us continue our work in an uncertain world and we are extremely grateful for this kindness.”
Fergal O’Sullivan, Chairperson of My Legacy said “When you’re making your will, you will naturally look after your family and loved ones first. Once all other personal decisions have been made, you might want to acknowledge a cause you feel strongly about. This thoughtful support will have an impact in the future.”
You can learn more about leaving a tax-free gift to charity and find a local solicitor for My Legacy Week online at www.mylegacy.ie