ANTI-SLAVERY
SOCIETY

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Remembering
the Society
in Your Will

The Society is a charity and consequently gifts for its charitable purposes are valid.  If you are making a will you could make a gift for the charitable purposes of the Society.  You can also nominate which of the Society's overseas programs in Africa and Asia in Africa and Asia you would like to fund.

 

I give [describe the amount or nature of the gift] to the Anti-Slavery Society for its general charitable purposes.  I further direct that the receipt by or on behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Anti-Slavery Society for the time being shall be a full and sufficient discharge.

If you wish, you may perpetuate your memory by giving a name to the gift, for example, the Mary Doe Memorial Trust.  Such a gift may take either of the following forms:

I give [describe the amount or nature of the gift] to the members of the Board of Trustees of the Anti-Slavery Society to establish a fund to be known as [name of fund, for example, the Mary Doe Charitable Trust or the John Doe Foundation] and to hold the Fund on trust for its general charitable purposes.

 

Links to other pages dealing with involvement with the Society's work and campaigns:

Society's overseas programs in Africa and Asia

Current campaigns

Membership

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Corporate support


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