Leave a legacy in North or East Yorkshire
If you are thinking about charitable giving in the future, now is the time to discuss it.
Leaving a legacy in your will is not only tax efficient but also is a lasting gift to those people and places you care about most.
A legacy also allows local funds to benefit, without them being specifically named, giving meaningful longevity to your giving arrangements.
We support communities throughout North and East Yorkshire including Hull and York. If you want to make a lasting impression on the people in those areas, contact Two Ridngs.
See the impact of investing locally
The Vulcan Centre is a organisation based in Hull that turns around the lives of the young people that go there.
They help and support them at vulnerable times in their lives introducing them to training and education through boxing.
Very much a Hub of the community, helping many people through their food bank and distribution centre, The Vulcan centre gives young people purpose and direction.
Two Ridings are one of their go-to organisations for support.
Watch and learn all about them.
The impact of legacy giving
MOSS FAMILY FUND
Leaving a tribute fund in memory of family
The Moss family are now spread all over the world, but when they came back to Kirkbymoorside for a reunion they visited projects their fund has supported including a Mental Health Resource Centre, Carers support, Local History Group and the local Brass Band. They loved seeing the difference their family legacy was making.
During their lifetime Alan and Addie Moss were generous supporters of community activities and on losing them, their three daughters created a tribute fund to carry on their charitable giving in Ryedale, in the area and amongst the people they had loved.
FUND TO REMEMBER A DAUGHTER
Honouring a woman's dying wish
Mrs A set up a fund that supports people in four ways close to her own interests: the theatre and creative arts, women's welfare, mental health and homelessness. By creating the fund she felt her estate was all sorted and left for the greater good of local people.
After her daughter had sadly passed away, and with terminal cancer affecting her own health, Mrs A decided to set up a fund in her daughter's name. Her dying wish was to support local people all over York and East Riding close to her hometown.