Many people choose to leave a legacy to organisations that align with their values and passions. If clean water, sanitation, and sustainable development resonate with you, Pump Aid is the ideal recipient of your legacy gift. Your generosity will reflect your commitment to making a meaningful difference to the lives of rural communities in Malawi.
Why Leave a Legacy to Pump Aid?
Transforming Lives Through Clean Water: In many parts of the world, access to clean water is a luxury that millions can only dream of. Malawi faces significant water challenges, with many communities lacking reliable sources of safe drinking water. By leaving a legacy to Pump Aid, you can be part of the solution to this critical issue.
Sustainable Impact: Rather than providing short-term aid, Pump Aid focuses on equipping communities with the skills and knowledge to maintain their own water sources. Your legacy will support programmes that empower Malawians and create lasting solutions to water poverty.
Investing in the Future: Your legacy gift to Pump Aid is an investment in the future. By ensuring access to clean water and sanitation, you’re directly contributing to improved health, education, and economic opportunities for generations to come. It’s a gift that keeps on giving, shaping a brighter future for vulnerable communities.
We’ve partnered with Guardian Angel to make including Pump Aid in your will easy – and free!
While many supporters decide to leave a gift in their will, there’s no obligation to do so if you use this service; but if you do it’ll help us to ensure everyone in Malawi has access to clean water and sanitation and reduce the inheritance tax your loved ones pay on what you leave them.
Your generosity will continue to transform lives, empower communities, and leave an enduring legacy of hope and opportunity.
To explore how you can leave a legacy to Pump Aid for and make a lasting impact, please head to Guardian Angel to create your will online for free today or call 0800 773 4014 to do it over the phone or book an in-person meeting.