Leaving a gift to Wood Street Mission in your Will is a truly wonderful way to support our work. No matter the size of your legacy you will be helping future generations of local children. Through your kindness, our work will go on.
Throughout our history legacies have always been a vital part of our work. In the days when Wood Street Mission gave room and board to needy children, legacies provided essential funding to pay for cots and beds for the children to sleep in. Plaques commemorating this generosity are still on display in our building.
Since we were founded in 1869 Wood Street Mission has continously evolved to meet the changing needs of disadvanataged children and families in Manchester and Salford. Whatever the future may hold, with your help Wood Street Mission will be here, working to ensure that no child in Manchester or Salford has to go without due to poverty.
We have produced a Legacy Pack to tell you everything you need to know about including a gift to Wood Street Mission in your Will.
If you would like to receive a copy of our Legacy Pack or if you would like to tell us about a gift you have already included in your Will, please contact us.
A donation to charity in lieu of flowers at a loved one’s funeral is a wonderful way to remember someone. If you would like to make such a donation to Wood Street Mission you can do so online here, or you can send donations via cheque to Wood Street Mission, 26 Wood Street, Manchester, M3 3EF. Please include your name and contact details so that we can convey our thanks.
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