We are grateful to the Lord for those that He has prompted, and who have graciously provided for the work of SIM through their lifetime giving, and by remembering SIM in their will. Your legacy can make a significant difference.
SIM works in partnership with other Christian organisations in over 40 countries around the world. SIM and its partners are committed to working in a way which impacts the spiritual, physical and emotional needs of the people we serve, through a variety of different ministries. This work only continues because of the generous donations from our faithful supporters, and we are grateful to God for each one.
By including SIM in your will, you make it possible for us to continue to leave a spiritual legacy where we work. If you are considering remembering SIM in your will, we can provide some practical help.
Making a will is an important responsibility for each Christian. A valid will can ensure that provision is made for your family from your estate. It can also ensure that others benefit from your estate. A valid will helps to avoid legal complications. It can also help to minimise tax liabilities. In contrast if you die without leaving a valid will, sorting your affairs out could be complicated and costly.
Please Note: The information given on this website regarding a will is for guidance only and does not constitute legal advice. We strongly advise that potential donors seek their own professional advice when writing a will.
How your legacy can make a significant difference.
Deciding it’s time to write a will is something we tend to put off and so getting started is not easy.
We hope that this guide will help you in your decision to write your will which has the potential to make a significant difference to many lives.
For more information about remembering SIM in your will, please contact the Legacy Officer or download a pdf information sheet by clicking here.