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Remembering Trinity School in your Will costs you nothing today but will make a lasting difference to generations of boys and girls who will benefit from an education that will shape their future.
Having provided for family and friends, please consider making a gift to Trinity School. Your support will help us provide first-class resources for teaching and learning and make an education at Trinity available to as many talented young people as possible, regardless of parental income. Every gift in every Will makes a difference to another child’s future.
Benefits of Legacy Giving
Enables you to support a worthwhile cause in a way which may not have been practical or possible during your lifetime
Allows the School to plan for the future and increases the funding available for bursaries
It is easy to include a gift in your Will and, if you have already drawn up a Will, you may add a simple bequest by way of a Codicil
Legacy giving is highly tax-efficient and all gifts, whether cash, shares, property or other items, are exempt from Inheritance Tax
Our legacy promise
We understand and respect that your family and friends come first
We will answer any questions honestly and quickly
We will use your gift wisely and effectively
You don’t have to tell us your decision – we respect your right to privacy
If you want your gift to be spent in an area that is special to you, we’ll carry out your wishes
The William Ingrams Society
Everyone who makes the generous and thoughtful decision to leave a gift to Trinity School in their Will is invited to join The William Ingrams Society.
Mr Ingrams was the Headmaster of the Poor School and its successor for more than 50 years and was a much-respected and well-liked figure. Canon Hodgson wrote in 1880 that “If aptitude in a high degree for imparting knowledge, intense love of the work, and a remarkable capacity for exercising a beneficial influence over, and gaining the respect and affection of boys constitute a Master of a high order, then Mr Ingrams, possessing, as he does, all these characteristics, has qualifications of no ordinary kind.” Leaving a gift in your Will is support “of no ordinary kind” and membership of The William Ingrams Society recognises this generosity.
To become a member, donors need only notify us of their intention to make a gift to Trinity School. We know that some people prefer to keep their decision private but we hope those who have remembered us in their Will feel able to let us know so that we can thank them during their lifetime. Members receive regular communications and invitations to special events, including an annual lunch hosted by the Headmaster.
To download a legacy notification form please click here.
If you have any further questions, please email the Development Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +44 (0)20 8656 9541.