Do you want to give people the chance to discover a happier, more fulfilling relationship? Do you want to help a child suffering as a result of the conflict between their parents? As a charity, we rely on people like you to help us.
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Tavistock Relationships has been helping couples and individuals since 1948.
Over that period, we have helped thousands of people. In addition, a huge number of children have been allowed to grow up in a less acrimonious environment as a result of the services we provide.
Very many of us have been touched by the emotional and other consequences of divorce and separation, conflict and distress. A legacy or gift can help us help others.
So please donate today.
A donation of £50 will fund work which can help us to make a child happier and more confident when their parents separate or divorcce.
Giving £30 will help us run a crèche for one of our relationship-focused parents' groups.
A gift of £25 will contribute to work which can help a couple affected dementia stay together at home for longer.
A short call could make all the difference to the life of a child growing up surrounded by parental conflict. If you have any difficulties or prefer to donate over the phone please call us.
Call: If you’d like to set up a regular donation, then please contact us on 0207 380 1975.
Help us plan more effectively for our future work.
We are grateful for any help that donors can give as regular donations give Tavistock Relationships a firm financial footing to carry out our work.
You may have already made your will and, naturally, if you have a family, your main concern will have been to give them the security they need.
However, increasing numbers of people are choosing to leave a gift to charity in their will, recognising the sense of personal satisfaction and financial efficiency it represents.
It is a relatively simple matter to add a gift for Tavistock Relationships work to your existing will. Yet this one act of kindness will make a lasting difference to future generations of couples, individuals and children.
Visit www.direct.gov.uk for information about inheritance tax.
Visit hmrc.gov.uk for information about giving to a charity in your will.