Honouring Tradition – Building Bright Futures
More than ever before, Withington needs help to plan its future and continue offering opportunities to bright girls across the North West. Remembering the Withington Girls’ School Trust in your will provides a precious gift for future generations and ensures that the school’s investment in each and every one of its pupils lives on in perpetuity.
A gift by bequest helps ensure that you can do more than you may be able to do in your lifetime. It is also an opportunity to give something back and leave a permanent legacy for generations to come, allowing the school to build on its strengths and preserve the unique environment of which Withington has become so proud. Making a lasting and significant contribution to the Withington Girls’ School Trust is not just the preserve of the wealthy. Whether a gift is large or small, it is an enduring way to support the school.
All gifts will be invested in projects which will enhance the pupils’ educational opportunities and facilities. This includes ensuring the continuance of the means-tested Bursary Scheme, which currently supports over one in six girls in the Senior School. When you pledge to leave a gift to us in your will, you will become a member of our Emily Simon Legacy Society, which meets once a year at the school for a lunch and the opportunity to find out what’s going on at Withington.
Over a century on from its foundation, Withington Girls’ School can look back with pride at its inheritance. By remembering Withington with a legacy gift today, you would help to ensure that many more generations could share in that pride.
Please telephone the Development Office on 0161 249 3494 or email email@example.com if you would like more information or a confidential discussion. Thank you.
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