Leave a legacy
Over 2,000 children depend on ZOA-UK each year and many more are out of school. Leaving a gift in your will is an investment which will have a long-lasting impact, helping to build a better future for the communities we work with.
Having spent your working life providing for yourself and your family, we understand that what you leave behind has been hard-earned, carefully managed and is extremely important to you. If you do choose to leave a legacy we will ensure this continues to be the case and promise to use your gift carefully.
Leaving a gift to ZOA in your will can be a lot easier than you think, and it will have a huge impact on so many people’s lives. You could help to provide an education to a child, train a teacher, or fund school meals that keep hundreds of children free from hunger so they can concentrate on learning. You can play a vital role in helping children in Zambia achieve their potential.
If you have any questions or want to discuss leaving a legacy please call Katy on 01223 901 006 or email her at [email protected]
£88 can pay the school fees for one year for a secondary pupil.
£200 can provide a tertiary student with a refurbished laptop.
£1000 can pay the college fees and subsistence support for one year for a tertiary student.
£3000 can train a whole school in menstrual hygiene management and keep girls in school.
A single gift can transform a child's life for years to come
In 2016 we received a legacy of £25,000 from the estate of Mrs Kathleen Potter. Mrs Potter was born in Zambia and spent some of her youth there as the daughter of a medical missionary. We were able to use her legacy to invest in the future of the communities we work with and create a better life for them for years to come.
Your help can support children through primary and
secondary school, provide nutritious school meals so pupils
aren’t learning on an empty stomach and support those that can
through tertiary vocational training. We provide a holistic
approach so also provide mental health support and other inputs