Become a Benefactor
Gifts over £3,000 make you or your company a Benefactor of the Trust.
BENEFITS OF BEING A BENEFACTOR
* If you are agreeable, your name will be listed on fundraising literature including brochures and our annual review.
* You will receive bi-annual updates on our work.
* You will have the opportunity to meet directors and trustees to hear about our work and projects.
* You will receive an invitation for two to the annual Benefactors’ cocktail reception.
* You will experience a private tour of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam (excluding flights and accommodation).
Fundraise For Us
Run a marathon, climb a mountain, organise a quiz night… there are endless exciting ways you can raise funds.
Why not sign up for a popular sport event and raise money for the Anne Frank Trust at the same time? There are marathons, half-marathons and fun-runs happening across the UK throughout the year. Below are just a few suggestions.
Great North Run (Newcastle) Sunday 10 September 2017
Great South Run (Brighton) 22 September 2017
Royal Parks Half Marathon 8 October 2017
Leave us a legacy
How to leave a gift
A gift can be as small or large as you like – leaving just 1% of your estate can make a big difference. When leaving a gift you will need to make a note of our name, address and registered charity number:
* Offical Charity Name: The Anne Frank Trust UK
* Address: Star House, 104-108 Grafton Road, London NW5 4BA
* Registered Charity Number: 1003279
* Scottish Charity Number: SCO40488
Making a new Will
The first and probably simplest way to leave us a gift is to write a new Will. Once a new Will is written, it makes any Wills made by that person in the past void. Most Wills will start by reciting that you’re writing a Will and that you’re revoking previous Wills. You can visit the Remember A Charity website to find a solicitor in your local area, who will be able to advise you on leaving gifts to charities when making a Will.
Updating Your Existing Will
It is relatively simple to add a change to an existing Will by using a codicil form , which you can use for simple changes. For more complex changes we would recommend you consult with your solicitor.
Please note, when you cancel a Will which contains a codicil, the codicil does not get cancelled automatically, so when you write a new Will it can create inconsistencies and legal problems. To avoid this, make sure that any new Will clearly states that you are revoking all Wills and codicils previously made.
Be on a Committee
Do you have a great address book, tons of energy and a creative mind?
Are you not afraid to ask, and able to sell tickets to anyone and everyone?
If so, we NEED you!
Join one of our fundraising committees and help us raise more funds to reach further into the communities that need us most.