Willing to give by Jubilee Policy Group

By JubileeCentre 28 Mar 1993

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It is estimated that 13% of current wills include legacies, and that legacies provide some 700 million for charities annually. They remain, however, an underused form of giving. The growth in personal wealth in Britain (2,350 billion in 1989) means that congregations today may command considerable financial resources although much of it is tied up in housing and pension funds. Death can provide an opportunity to release these assets and give from wealth which was previously inaccessible...

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