Anyone can leave money to a charity in their will – this is also known as a legacy. Once your family and friends are looked after, you might want to consider the possibility of leaving a legacy to Soundabout. 

Leaving a gift in your Will, no matter the size, can help us to continue to provide our life-changing services to Learning Disabled people with complex support needs.  

By remembering Soundabout in this way you;

  1. help to ensure our work continues
  2. can reduce the amount of inheritance tax your heirs pay.

You can write a will with a professional solicitor who can advise you on how to leave a gift to charity. If you already have a will, your solicitor can simply add the legacy you would like to leave to it (called a codicil).

Once you choose to support Soundabout in your Will there are a few ways you can do it:

Residuary Gift

A popular and straightforward way is to leave a percentage of your estate, known as a residuary gift. 

It protects the other parties in your Will and remains unaffected by inflation and other changes.

Pecuniary Gift

Or you may want to leave a fixed sum of cash, called a pecuniary gift.

You are simply stating that you wish to leave a set amount to a charity.

Specific Gift

Finally, you may want to leave a specific gift or item to a charity.

If you’d like to talk through anything, we’d be happy to call you at a time that’s right for you, just email us to arrange a call back on info@soundabout.org.uk.

How Your Donations Help

We believe that everyone should be able access and experience music. Soundabout uses music to support over 1,300 Learning Disabled people with complex support needs to thrive annually. We do this through over 1,200 music making activities and training opportunities for professionals and parents/carers. 

You may wish to download our Soundabout 2023 leaflet to find out more about the full range of services we offer.

Hear from the people we support.

Watch highlights from our most recent Sounds Together programme.

Follow Liz and Ava’s Soundabout Journey. 

Other Ways to Donate

There are a range of alternative opportunities if you would like to help Soundabout continue to support Learning Disabled people to thrive through music.