Of course, those you care about come first – but a gift in your Will to Bradbury Fields would make a real difference to blind and partially sighted people in your local area. We have been supporting the people of Liverpool since we were founded by Mary Wainwright in 1857.

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“Bradbury Fields make a huge difference to the local community and leaving a gift in our will is one of the best ways we can support them.”
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Roger Phillips
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The world is a very different place than in 1857, and we plan on equipping our service users for this changing world. We will get more disabled people into rewarding employment, and ensure technology is accessible for everyone.

“Having sight loss can be very challenging, but when you are at Bradbury Fields you don’t feel like you have a disability – you just feel like you are part of one huge family.” – Service User

Having an up to date will is the only way to be sure the people and causes you care about are looked after.

With Bequeathed you can make a start on your will immediately. Simply follow the steps to create a will online. It’s a free service.

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Detailed guidance will help you to consider everything you need to think about when making a will, and to identify any issues where expert legal advice could be valuable.

If you want legal advice at any stage, just ask. Bequeathed will connect you to a solicitor who’ll give you a price to help you complete your will face-to-face or over the phone.

Whichever way you choose to make your will, please consider leaving a gift to Bradbury Fields. Your generosity will help us to carry on our vital work long into the future.

“If the time is right for you to leave a charity gift in your Will, please remember Bradbury Fields”
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Louise Miller
Community Fundraising Coordinator
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