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£80 pays for one child to attend a Christian holiday in the year.

 

Ways to give include...

 

Give.net

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Direct payment

Send a BACS/Standing order to:

The David Chilcott Fund

Account no: 00016986

Sort code: 40-52-40

 

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Leave a Legacy

Gifts in Wills are important to our work. By leaving a gift in your Will to the David Chilcott fund you can help us give tomorrow's children the opportunity to attend a Christian camp and learn about the difference Jesus Christ can make to their life.

 

If you have decided that you would like to leave a Gift to the David Chilcott fund in your Will, the following are suggested wordings for you to share with the solicitor who is preparing your Will.

A gift of a share of the estate (a residuary gift):

'I give to the David Chilcott fund, Charity registered in England and Wales no 260605, the residue (or % share of the residue) of my estate absolutely and I direct that (i) the proceeds may be used for the general purposes of the David Chilcott fund and (ii) a receipt signed by a person for the time being authorised by the trustees of the David Chilcott fund shall be a good and sufficient discharge to my executors.'
A fixed sum (a pecuniary gift):

'I give to the David Chilcott fund, Charity registered in England and Wales no 260605, the sum of £_______ and I direct that (i) the proceeds may be used for the general purposes of the David Chilcott fund and (ii) a receipt signed by a person for the time being authorised by the trustees of the David Chilcott fund shall be a good and sufficient discharge to my executors.'