A Gift in Your Will

Your support for seafarers can live on.

The work of our port chaplains and volunteers relies upon the generosity of people like you. "No seafarer should ever feel alone and uncared for. AoS port chaplains will always be there to help seafarers with their practical needs but also to support their faith.” – Martin Foley, AoS national director.
 
After providing for your loved ones, please consider leaving a proportion of what's left to AoS. Any gift, large or small, helps us support seafarers and their families - today and into the future.

Your support for seafarers can live on

Why leave a gift in your Will?
How can you help?

Even if you cannot afford to give 
regular gifts in your lifetime, you may find you are able to leave a gift in your Will. 
Go here for details of types of gifts you can leave and how to avoid legal complications.

We promise you:
  • we’ll answer any questions honestly and quickly.
  • we won’t put you under pressure - this is a big decision so please decide in your own time.
  • your loved ones come first - we respect that and won’t try to change it.
  • we’ll use your special gift wisely and effectively.
  • you don’t have to tell us your decision - we respect your right to privacy – but to help us with our planning you could use the pledge form HERE.
  • you can come and see our service first hand - just let us know.
For further help please contact Alastair@apostleshipofthesea.org.uk
 
What is Your Catholic Legacy?

AoS is working with 25 other Catholic charities to raise awareness among Catholics about the importance of leaving gifts in their wills to charity. More information here

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Please remember the Apostleship of the Sea in your Will to allow us to continue our vital support of seafarers. It costs nothing now, but could be the most important gift you ever make. For more information you can download a full copy of our Legacy Leaflet HERE