You may wish to remember The Public Law Project in your will. A bequest to charity is free of inheritance tax and therefore a very efficient way of giving, and of course you will have the satisfaction of knowing your support will go on into the future.
You can simply name The Public Law Project as a benefiting charity in your will, or leave instructions for your executors telling them to whom you would like a specific sum of money distributed. You should always seek advice from a solicitor for this, and make sure you include PLP's current postal address and registered charity number.
However, the Charities Aid Foundation is able to provide advice, and may offer a more efficient and supported way of leaving a legacy, especially if you intend to give to more than a couple of organisations.
Visit the CAF website: Your legacy to charity
Telephone: CAF Legacy Services on 01732 520357
Write to: Legacy Services, Charities Aid Foundation,
25 Kings Hill Avenue,
Kent, ME19 4TA
Louise Whitfield, Deighton Pierce Glynn
PLP has meant there are hundreds, if not thousands, of advisers around the country using public law remedies for their clients. These advisers came to PLP training or used the advice line and realised they can help their client tackle public law wrongs with immediate impact and results. One adviser said to me: “This is the most useful conversation I’ve ever had"!