Tribute to local man who left legacy

Book of remembrance
Book of remembrance
As The Children’s Trust appeals to supporters to consider leaving a gift in their Will to mark Legacy Awareness Week (10-17 October), it remembers those who have left generous gifts to help support children with brain injury. Two years ago, Kenneth Foster from Epsom popped into The Children’s Trust charity shop in Epsom to have a browse. He got talking to the staff and volunteers and had such a nice experience, he decided to make a generous donation to the charity. After paying the charity’s brain injury rehabilitation centre in Tadworth a visit, Ken decided that he would leave a gift in his Will. Sadly Ken passed away earlier this year but by planning ahead he has made a huge difference. Ken’s legacy has made it possible for the The Children's Trust to buy much needed equipment and update its learning facilities for children with brain injury.
Kenneth Foster
Mandy Kendrick, Legacy and Giving in Memory Coordinator at The Children’s Trust, said: “This is a wonderful gift from Ken. His kindness made a lasting impression on everyone at The Children’s Trust, and we have included a tribute to him in our Book of Remembrance to ensure that he is never forgotten. Gifts left in wills are so valuable to The Children’s Trust; they ensure we can continue our vital work, helping to support children with brain injury across the country." To find out more about leaving a gift in your Will or visit one of The Children’s Trust charity shops during Legacy Awareness Week for more information. Alternatively call 01737 365 081

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