Leave a gift in your will
Help to preserve our heritage and keep our building open for those who need it most today and in the future by leaving a gift in your will.
Your gift will support us to maintain and upgrade our complex of buildings and to continue delivering a community and cultural programme which has the potential to transform the lives of thousands of people.
If you are thinking about leaving a gift for Union Chapel in your Will please do let us know so that we can say thank you and keep you informed about our work.
Our Legacy Promise to You
We'll use your gift effectively.
You and your family would be welcome to come and see our beautiful space and the community projects first-hand.
If you'd like your gift to be in an area that's important to you, we can arrange this. We’ll give you and your family as much choice as we can about how and where your gift will be used.
Should you wish to be credited, or anonymous, we respect either decision. We will always respect your privacy. We recognise and appreciate that your Will is completely personal to you.
We strongly recommend that you use a solicitor to write or update your will. If you decide to leave a gift for Union Chapel please provide your solicitor with our full charity name, address and charity number.
Union Chapel project
19b Compton Terrace
Charity Number: (1010166)
We are a member of Remember a Charity (part of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising) and they can help you to find a local, qualified solicitor to help you write your Will.
Visit Remember A Charity’s website for advice on making a Will and leaving a gift to charity.
You can find a local, qualified solicitor to help you write a Will on Remember A Charity’s website.
In the meantime should you wish to speak to a member of our team please contact Union Chapel’s Development team at: [email protected]
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Estate of Christopher Bond, 1952 – 2020 for leaving a gift of £1875 to the Friends of Union Chapel. The gift will be will be put towards the reparation of the Sunday School Hall so that it can be returned to a community and cultural centre.
Chris’ biggest joy was as a local politician and delivering positive change. He took great pride and pleasure in helping individuals and supporting communities to excel.