We can help you with some of the phrases around making a will, and can help you decide if you want to make a pecuniary, specific or residuary gift.
Many people include a brick in our People’s Path in their gifts. Set up to envelop the outside of Liverpool Cathedral, the People’s Path tells the story of those who’ve helped maintain and support one of the city’s most iconic buildings and your brick will continue this tradition.
There are three main ways you can leave a gift in your will to Liverpool Cathedral:
Direct your support where the need is greatest
Many of the gifts we receive which are unrestricted are added to Liverpool Cathedral’s endowment fund. This is important because it enables us to use the funds on the most urgent need for the Cathedral for hundreds of years to come.
Support a particular area of our work
We recognise that people have long standing connections with the many of the amazing things that happen at Liverpool Cathedral. Past legacies have supported our music department, helped refurbish the organ, and even looked after our bells.
Leaving property or objects
You can give property, a specific object or a collection (such as paintings, books or furniture) to Liverpool Cathedral. Most often these are given with the intention that those items can be sold, and the resulting income can be used to support our important work.
For a confidential conversation about gifts in memory, wills and legacies please get in contact with Rachael Atkinson-White, Director of Fundraising.
T: 07915 979 588