27 Sep Sense and Sense International join The Goodwill Partnership
National disability charity, Sense and global deafblind charity, Sense International, have joined The Goodwill Partnership to offer best practice, low cost, home visit, solicitor provided Wills to their supporters.
Gifts in Wills account for a quarter of Sense’s fundraised income, and it is hoped that the partnership with The Goodwill Partnership will increase the number of legacy gifts Sense and Sense International receive, although there is no obligation to leave a gift.
Sense and Sense International Legacy Manager, Grace Cunningham, said:
“Gifts in Wills make a huge difference to Sense and Sense International. They are vital to ensuring that we can provide specialist support to people who are deafblind or who have complex disabilities. We are delighted to be working with The Goodwill Partnership to offer our supporters a convenient and straightforward way to support us through making a Will.”
Mark Jackson, Co-Founder of The Goodwill Partnership, said:
“Our business model has been proven to be very successful for the many charities we partner with and we are delighted to be partnering with Sense and Sense International in the hope that we may replicate the same success for them through our Will-writing service”.
Gifts in Wills make a huge difference to Sense and Sense International. They are vital to ensuring that we can provide specialist support to people who are deafblind or who have complex disabilities...