Remember a Charity in your Will Week: 11-17 September 2017
To raise much needed awareness of the importance of gifts in Wills, Livability will be taking part in Remember A Charity Week from 11 – 17 September 2017. During the week, Remember A Charity will be launching a radio station, so that you can #HaveYourSay about the world you want to pass on.
Right now, in our society, people are facing social isolation. It’s a major health risk and disabled and vulnerable people are often hardest hit. But with good support, innovative care and positive community connections, health and life outcomes can do much better.
That’s why Livability is working hard to deliver services and projects that help people connect with their community.
From the time volunteers share in befriending schemes, the money our donors give in funding disability and care services, gifts left in legacies and wills, or the events and campaigns our supporters join – it all adds up to changed lives and opportunities.
How can you get involved?
The Remember a Charity radio station, hosted by 60s legend Emperor Rosko, will also be going on a national roadshow, visiting the following five cities at iconic venues from the 60s:
- London – Monday 11 September
- Bournemouth – Tuesday 12 September
- Norwich – Wednesday 13 September
- Liverpool – Thursday 14 September
- Edinburgh – Friday 15 September
There will be mini events hosted in each city, with a live DJ and festival atmosphere, so go along and join in the fun if you can.
Tune in to Last Pirate FM on DAB digital radio or listen online at www.mixcloud.com/lastpirate
Join in the conversation on Facebook and Twitter and #HaveYourSay about the world you want to pass on.
Sally’s gift for the future
Sally, a Livability supporter, was interviewed as part of Remember A Charity Week. Her recorded interview will be shared on air with Last Pirate FM listeners – including her message for the next generation about the world she’d like to pass on.
We also spoke to Sally about her involvement with Livability over the years and why she’s chosen to leave a gift in her Will to help our work continue.