Deciding who to remember in your will is a hugely personal decision and of course your priority will be to make sure your loved ones are properly looked after.

If you are in a position to consider leaving part of your legacy to charity, then helping to give a future to vulnerable children is a good place to start. At Retrak we have the staff and expertise in place, and your legacy could help us reach even more children who, without our help, face abuse, exploitation and a daily fight for survival. We would love you to consider remembering street children in your will. Here’s how:

Creating a will

It is possible to create your own will, which will need to be signed a witnessed for it to be valid, but most people enlist the help of a solicitor. This is particularly important if your wishes are not straightforward. To get started you may also find it helpful to read this https://www.gov.uk/make-will

Amending your will

If you already have a will, but would like to include a gift to Retrak, then it is possible to make an alteration to it without creating a new one. This addition or amendment is called a codicil. Again, the best source of advice is a legal professional who can guide you on doing this properly.

Is Retrak already in your will?

If so please let us know. Either give us a call on 0161 485 6685 or email us; we would like to thank you and keep you up to date with our work.