Gifts in wills are vital to the work of most charities, ensuring that their good work lives on. Any donation, small or large, makes a big difference.
A legacy gift, or leaving a donation in your will, is one of the most significant and personal ways to ensure that the Trust can continue to support the work of freelance journalists worldwide far into the future. Make a difference to our future with a gift in your will. Supporters like you can change the work we can do for future generations.
How to leave a gift in your will to the Rory Peck Trust
Step 1: Read more about making a will.
Take a look at this online guide for advice on the most important considerations when making your will.
Step 2: Make a note of our details.
Our full name is The Rory Peck Trust and our address is PO Box 76310, London, W13 3ES, United Kingdom. Our registered charity number is 1071844.
Step 3: Make a will online.
We work with Make a Will Online so supporters like you can make your intention to leave a gift into a reality. You can make a solicitor-checked will safely and securely in minutes for free here. Details of gifts you leave will be shared with us, which gives us incredibly useful insight.
If you would rather keep everything completely confidential you can use this link to make an online will. Whatever you choose to do: thank you very much. Your gift will change the work we do for the better.
If you already have a solicitor or professional will writer:
If you already have a solicitor or if you would rather speak to someone face-to-face, then please do that. Also, if you have a high-value estate above the inheritance tax threshold or concerns around mental capacity, you should speak with someone face-to-face. You can find a solicitor using the Law Society website.
Feel free to contact us if you need any assistance or have any questions.
Leaving a legacy.
Veteran freelance journalist Tira Shubart explains why she is leaving a gift in her will to the Rory Peck Trust
I recently updated my will to make sure that the people, the charities and the organisations that I care about will benefit from my legacy. For me, of course, that includes The Rory Peck Trust.
In my life as a journalist I’ve been privileged to meet and sometimes work alongside freelance journalists who tell the stories we need to know, often at great risk to themselves.
One of these brave journalists was Rory Peck. We first met and worked together during the Romanian Revolution in Bucharest in 1989. Rory was a brave and principled journalist and one with tremendous style. Everyone who met Rory has their own memories of his dedication to tell the story. He was driven by passion and commitment to be a truth teller which inspired the founding of this Trust.
I want my legacy to continue to support these ideals and our colleagues whose work, more than ever, is essential to democracy and civil societies.
Please consider including a legacy to The Rory Peck Trust in your will.
Chair of the Rory Peck Trust