Our mission is to provide safe, accessible and supportive accommodation that allows adults with learning disabilities to lead as independent and fulfilling lives as possible.
Being a charity means that much of what we do relies on the generousity of benevlonet individuals, with their financial donations being put to use in supporting disadvantaged people.
Would you remember Fairoak in your will?
A gift in your will would allow us to grow and develop more opportunities for local people with a learning disability. Your gift could enable us to develop a new scheme or provide new services to improve the lives of our tenants.
You could choose to leave your property to us and if you have a child with a learning disability, Fairoak would be able to maintain the property on their behalf and provide them with support to continue to live independently.
Why do I need a will?
The only way to make sure that, after your death, your estate goes to exactly whom you want, is to make a will. This will ensure that proper provision is made for your family and friends.
When you have reviewed your assets and obligations it may be that you are in a position to give to one or more charities in your will.
How do I make a will?
It is best to involve a solicitor or someone who specialises in writing wills to draw up your will. They will be able to advise you on the appointment of executors and to ensure that the will is signed and witnessed so that you can be confident that it is valid.