Together, we’ve taken on the might of the government, corporations and the media.
Together, we are the largest UK organisation dedicated to securing Palestinian human rights.
This work is made possible because of YOUR generosity and commitment to the right of self-determination and return for the Palestinian people and an immediate end to the Israeli occupation.
Please consider leaving PSC a gift in your Will.
Together, we will realise a free Palestine.
The How’s and Why’s
Why leave a legacy
Leaving a gift in your Will to the causes that you hold dear brings peace of mind. You can ensure that, following your passing, your family aren’t faced with having to consider who you would have chosen to support nor are they burdened with legal fees nor Inheritance Tax.
You ensure that YOU have final say – and not the government nor your friends and family – in how your money is spent, in honouring your life and the causes you believe in.
How to leave a legacy: 3 easy steps
The gifts, money and possessions that you chose to leave to loved ones and organisations are known as “legacies”. You can leave a legacy in one of three ways:
1. Leave a Specific Legacy: leaving a specific item such as a piece of jewellery, stocks or shares
I give to Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) of Box BM PSA, London WC1N 3XX, absolutely, the (stipulate the exact item), and I further direct that the receipt of the Treasurer or any other proper officer of PSC to discharge to my executors.
2. Leave a Pecuniary Legacy: leaving a stipulated and fixed sum of money
I give to Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) of Box BM PSA, London WC1N 3XX, absolutely, the sum (amount in figures, amount in words), and I further direct that the receipt of the Treasurer or any other proper officer of PSC to discharge to my executors.
3. Leave a Residuary Legacy: once you have left money for your loved ones, leave a percentage of the remainder to the other causes that you hold dear
I give all/a share of (please state fraction/percentage) of the residue of my estate, absolutely to Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC) of Box BM PSA, London WC1N 3XX, and I further direct that the receipt of the Treasurer or any other proper officer of PSC to discharge to my executors.
Once you have drawn up your Will: 4 final steps
1. Have it signed in front of two witnesses (they can be strangers)
2. Have both witnesses also sign (neither witness must be a beneficiary of your Will)
3. Choose two ‘executors’ who will ‘execute’ your wishes. They can be family members who may also be beneficiaries of your Will or a lawyer or your bank (both will charge a fee) and let them know where you’re keeping your Will.
4. Use a Codicil form to make amendment and inclusions to your Will throughout your lifetime so that you’re not faced with having to re-write it. PSC would be happy to send you a Codicil form
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