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Loaf legacy

Could you leave a gift to the Real Bread Campaign in your will?

Helping to ensure there's loaf after.... Copyright: Canva

Helping to ensure there's loaf after.... Copyright: Canva

You've supported us in life, so might you consider leaving some dough to the Real Bread Campaign after you’ve gone?

Sustain, the food and farming charity that runs the Campaign, has published notes to help you think through the possibility, including how to support us when writing (or adding a codicil to) your will.

When making a bequest, you can specify that your preference is for Sustain to use it for Real Bread Campaign activity.

Any legacy you leave (either a set amount or a percentage of your residual estate) will be used in accordance with Sustain’s good governance policies, as overseen by the charity’s board of trustees.

Download Sustain’s legacy pack for details

To be clear, we’re not asking for anyone’s entire estate, complete with all goods and chattels, or their kids’ inheritance.

We just wanted to throw our hat in the ring as an option for a small slice of whatever charitable giving you might do, after taking care of who and what you need to.

We also understand this isn’t for everyone but thank you in advance if you do give this some thought.

Published Thursday 14 March 2024

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