Help future generations survive the storms of life
Choose to leave a legacy of faith
It may be an understatement to say we live in unsettling times. Like icebergs unmoored from a melting polar cap, giant problems seem to loom into view from every direction. Climate change. Increasing political turmoil. Civil unrest and war. An unprecedented loss of biodiversity. Natural disasters. Mass migration. You’d be forgiven for wondering what sort of legacy we’re leaving to future generations. Or for feeling helpless to do anything about it.
Even if we can’t make those problems go away, we can all pray and do our bit to make our voices heard - to be at least part of the answer.
And whatever future generations will have to face, there’s one thing we can offer that will help them ride the storm and find peace and purpose in the midst of it: the gift of faith.
Faith was the most precious gift that Sharon received as a legacy from her grandmother, a BRF supporter.
Leave a gift in your will
By partnering with us, you can help create an inheritance of faith, so that future generations will walk with God through the storms of life.
Gifts in wills help fund programmes like BRF’s Messy Church, encouraging many thousands of people across the world into a new relationship with God.
Or like BRF’s Anna Chaplaincy, that champions better pastoral care of people like Sharon’s nan, who can’t easily get to church.
Or Barnabas in Schools, helping primary schools deliver great RE that gives children from diverse backgrounds a better understanding of the Christian faith.
Your support also helps provide affordable books and resources to help sustain people in their journey of faith.
Find out easy it is to make a lasting difference through a gift in your will.
It couldn't be easier
To help you make an informed decision about leaving a gift in your will, check out our quick guides on making a will for the first time, amending an existing will and exploring other options, such as a Deed of Variation.
Get in touch to find out more: call 01865 319700 or email giving [at] brf.org.uk