‘The legacy I will leave behind... is God’s word in Lunyole, which I had a hand in translating. It will be my joy to see people’s lives being transformed for God’s glory through reading God’s word.’
Lunyole Bible Translator, Uganda
Leave a lasting legacy
A gift in a Will is so much more than money. It is an expression of thanks to God for blessing us during our lifetime.
‘I am delighted to leave Wycliffe a legacy in my Will. There is nothing as foundational, or as important, in world mission today as giving people access to the Bible – everything else is built on that. The day I go to glory will probably be the time in my life when I have the most to give and the least need of it. So it was an easy choice!’
Your Will can be an expression of everything that matters to you, reflecting your priorities and passions. You can use it to enable the kingdom of God to grow here on earth in anticipation of Christ’s return.
‘I can’t think of anything better to leave money to than all people having God’s word in their language. What better, however else we leave our money to family or friends, than to leave a proportion of our money to go to that goal? That is why my wife Diane and I have decided to leave a legacy to Wycliffe in our Will.’
Wycliffe Trustee and long-term supporter
We deeply appreciate you considering leaving a gift to Wycliffe in your Will. Through it you will enable more people to come to know Jesus through reading and hearing the good news in the language that speaks to them best.
This is not just for the next generation, but for generations to come.
Wycliffe supporter Michael made the decision to leave a gift in his Will, and wanted to share his inspiration in the hope that it would inspire others to do the same. You can read his story here.
‘Everyone, wherever they live, whatever language they speak, deserves the chance to know the truths of the Bible for themselves. I want part of my legacy to be that people who don’t yet know the truths of the Bible will come to know them.’
North West England
How to leave a gift in your Will
If you believe that the Bible plays a central part in bringing people to faith and deepening our knowledge and love of God, your gift to Wycliffe Bible Translators can be a statement that you want to give a gift of hope to others – today and tomorrow.
To help you make a start, we have created a checklist on ‘Preparing your Will’, which you can download here and adapt as you wish.
We can put you in touch with solicitors who have offered to donate 10% of their fee to Wycliffe in addition to offering a 10% reduction to you, whether or not you choose to include Wycliffe in your Will.
If you’d like to talk to someone to find out more or to request our free legacy pack, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.