When you leave a gift in your Will to Whitechapel Mission, you help ensure that we can continue to be here every day of the year for everybody who needs us.
It allows us to care for them for as long as it takes to find them the homes they truly belong in, where they are treated with love, care and respect. A gift in your Will helps ensure their future.
We will never stop caring
The Whitechapel Mission has been caring for the homeless and marginalised since 1876 – including a day centre, skills training and career advice, activity programmes and specialist support for complex needs. By encouraging each person to address the issues which caused their homelessness, we help them to gain the skills and confidence to make lasting changes in their lives.
We believe everyone deserves a chance, regardless of their background, race or religion. We are open to all, without exception.
Every day of the year, we welcome the weary faces of men and women facing despair. Many have tried surviving on the streets. Others are encountering homelessness for the first time after losing jobs or facing personal crises. Hundreds of people literally feel that they have nowhere else to turn for help. But through your gifts, you are here for them in their time of need. And we do this without public funding.
We know that we can, and are, making a positive and lasting difference to the people who ask for our help. For 150 years, Whitechapel Mission has been here for people sleeping rough in London, welcoming them in without question and caring for them without judgement. One in three of these people was cared for thanks to gifts in Wills.
A gift in your Will to Whitechapel Mission is an incredible way to celebrate your love of people and leave a lasting legacy for people in need of help by giving them the second chance of happiness they deserve. Gifts in Wills are vital to all areas of our work, so any gift you give, whatever size, will make a big difference to the people coming through our doors.
By remembering Whitechapel Mission in your Will, you’ll ensure that we can continue to be here every day, for everybody, and for as long as we’re needed.