Help open gardens for the future with a gift in your will

Help open gardens for the future with a gift in your will

A love of gardens is often inherited from our parents or grandparents. You can help inspire that passion in future generations by leaving a gift in your will to the National Garden Scheme.

Help open gardens for the future with a gift in your will

 

Leaving a gift

A charitable gift is a very personal way to ensure the things that matter most to you live on.

 

Leaving a gift

 

Help open gardens for the future with a gift in your will

 

They wanted future generations to experience the joy of garden visiting

Di handled her sister and brother-in-law’s estate when they passed away and explains why they wanted to leave a gift to the National Garden Scheme:

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Help open gardens for the future with a gift in your will

Making or updating your will

It’s a good idea to review your will every three to five years or when your circumstances change to make sure it still meets your needs. Here are some things to think about.

making or updating your will

 

Help open gardens for the future with a gift in your will

Your questions answered

Something as important as leaving a gift in your will, you are bound to have some questions. We have put together answers to some of the most frequently asked questions here.

Frequently asked questions

Help open gardens for the future with a gift in your will

Request our gifts in wills booklet

For more information on leaving a gift in your will please request a booklet or get in touch with a member of our friendly team on 01483 211535 or send us an email: giftinwill@ngs.org.uk

Request a booklet