Leave a legacy

Do something today for their tomorrow.


Every year around 35,000 children and young people come into care in the UK.

Many will have suffered neglect or abuse, all will experience trauma and loss. Each one deserves a home where they will be loved, nurtured and enabled to thrive, whether that’s through kinship care, short-term or long-term foster care, in supported lodgings or with a new adoptive family.

But more families are urgently needed to ensure all children and young people can grow up in the family and setting that is right for them.

The need is significant. But our hope is great.

We at Home for Good believe that together we can find a home for every child who needs one, and that everyone has a part to play in seeing this vision become a reality.

Will you stand with us by leaving a gift to Home for Good in your will?

As we each play our part, we can ensure a collective legacy in the lives of vulnerable children which could impact generations.

Whether you’re looking at making your will or simply updating it, it’s easier than you think to leave a gift to Home for Good. When you do, you’ll be making an incredible and long-lasting difference.

To include a gift in your will, simply speak with your solicitor and advise them that you would like to make a provision to support Home for Good in your will.

You will need to provide:

  • Our name and address:
    Home for Good
    8 Angel Court
    Copthall Avenue
    EC2R 7HP
  • Our registered charity number: 1158707

For more information, or to let us know you’ve included a gift in your will to Home for Good, complete the form below. You can also contact us at [email protected].

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