Leave a Legacy

Indian childrenA gift in your Will could help to bring clean, safe water and suitable sanitation to communities that so desperately need it around the world.

Your gift could bring clean water to a child, preventing them from dying from a disease caused by drinking dirty water; it could fund the building of a well in a school, meaning the children no longer have to walk miles to the nearest source, missing out on their education; or it could mean a mother has more time to tend to the family’s crops or to work.

Currently 768 million people do not have access to a safe, reliable and clean source of drinking water – your gift could help to change that for future generations, providing them with the most basic of human needs.

Click here for a step by step guide to making your Will and to leaving a gift to Just a Drop.

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Simpson Millar LLP are providing Just a Drop supporters with a standard Will (or pair of ‘mirror Wills’) for free. The normal price of a standard will is £99 plus VAT (or £150 plus VAT for a pair of mirror Wills).

All they ask is that you consider making a donation to Just a Drop and/or consider leaving a legacy in your Will. There is no obligation to leave a gift but if you do your donation or legacy will make the world of difference to communities so desperately in need of clean water. Please contact brendan.hanlon@justadrop.org if you are interested in making a Will through Simpson Millar LLP.

 

In memory of Alan Waddell

In March 2013, Just a Drop began work in Kigunga Village on a project to provide a clean and safe water source in close proximity to approximately 1,700 community members. This project was sponsored in memory of Alan T Waddell by Visit USA and many of Alan's friends and family. Click here toIn March 2013, Just a Drop began work in Kigunga Village, Uganda, on a project to provide a clean and safe water source in close proximity to approximately 1,700 community members. This project was sponsored in memory of Alan T Waddell by Visit USA and many of Alan’s friends and family. Click here to watch a short video which pays to tribute to him.