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"We are here on earth to do good for others, what the others
are here for, I don't know."
Bequests and legacies are an important way in which individuals can help safeguard the long-term security of the Centre and ensure that our vital heritage material is preserved for the benefit of future generations. In addition, a further key reason for making a will is that you can ensure that your money and possessions are distributed according to your own wishes whereas this might not happen if you die intestate (without making a will).
There are two key types of gift that can be made via a will: a legacy is a straightforward gift of a specific sum of money and a bequest refers to gifts of property or possessions which may include any Second World War documentation or memorabilia that you might have.
Download the leaflet on the right, to find out how you could help us preserve unique wartime memories and share these with future generations, by leaving a gift to The Second World War Experience Centre in your Will.
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