If you believe in the life-changing work that Orpheus does with young disabled adults, please consider leaving a gift to us in your will. No matter how large or small, leaving something to us will really make a difference.
We understand that family and friends come first but, once you have taken care of your loved ones, please consider leaving a gift to Orpheus.
Some people consider making a will as a private matter but we would ask you to consider telling us a little about your wishes, in confidence, because it really does help us plan ahead.
If you would like to leave a gift in your will (a legacy or bequest) to Orpheus, the correct description of the charity for the purposes of a will is: The Orpheus Centre Trust (Registered Charity no. 1105213) of North Park Lane, Godstone, Surrey RH9 8ND.
“I have been proud to be a supporter of The Orpheus Centresince its early days, and have admired many of their performances under the direction of Sir Richard Stilgoe, who is an old friend. The pride and delight the Orpheus’s disabled students display at the end of one of their shows is never to be forgotten and the confidence they gain from this, combined with the thorough training in life skills, enables them to live much more independent lives when they eventually leave the Centre and join the wider world.
Each one of us, when making a will, hopes that the decisions in it will help good things to happen after we have gone. It also makes sense for deserving causes to get more money and the taxman to get less. To this end, I have made a bequest to The Orpheus Centre in my will, and I hope that you might consider doing the same.”
Your support is vital. Whether it is supporting a fundraising event, taking part in a challenge event or supporting one of our perfomances, you really can make a difference.