There are other very special and wonderful ways that individuals or groups can choose to help support the work of Inspire.
We often receive requests from couples planning their wedding or civil partnership for ways to donate to our work promoting wellbeing for all instead of wedding favours for guests attending their celebration meal.
We are delighted to share in this way in your special day. Should you decide to make a donation of this type, we can organise to provide you with a place card, pen or badge to let guests know you have included Inspire in your celebration.
We know that for some of our donors mental ill-health and addiction issues have touched their lives and those of their family, friends and colleagues in very profound ways.
What better way to celebrate the life of someone wonderful than fundraising in their name and donating to help fund services that will make a huge difference to the lives of others.
We would be honoured if you decide to help Inspire in this way and we will fully support you to find ways to do so that are fitting.
Many people chose to make a lasting gift to help wellbeing services after they are gone by pledging to leave a gift to Inspire in their will.
This can be your way of ensuring your commitment to helping the wellbeing of others lives on.
There are many different types of 'gift' of this type you could consider pledging including: monies, property, jewellery etc.
Ensuring your will reflects your final wishes is something it is important to get just right. As Inspire cannot offer any form of legal advice in this area, we would suggest you consult with a solicitor who can help you draw up your will.
If you are going to (or indeed already have), arranged to pledge a gift to Inspire in your will, we would be very grateful if you would consider informing us so that we can keep you up-to-date about developments in our services that someday you will be helping to fund.
Volunteers bring immeasurable value to all areas of Inspire’s work to support people living with mental health conditions or an intellectual/learning disability. Find out more about how you get involved with our work.