How Your Legacy Can Help

A gift to AoS will enable us to continue our valuable work supporting seafarers.
 
"I can’t speak too highly of the care and support given to seafarers by the port chaplains and ship visitors of Apostleship of the Sea. They bring a much needed dose of humanity, not only when ships are detained or at other very stressful moments for seafarers, but they are also out there ship visiting day in, day out. Their help for seafarers is second to none."  Captain Ron Bailey harbour master, Clydeport Operations Limited.
 
Mary and Mike's legacy for future seafarers.

Mary and Mike Reeve of Minehead in Somerset, who are both retired from the civil service, decided that a legacy was a good way to help the work of Apostleship of the Sea.

Mary said, “We decided to leave a legacy to Apostleship of the Sea a year or so ago. We don’t have any children. But we had thought about it a year before when we had a Will written. It’s quite hard when you hear about these men at sea. They are away from home for months at a time and they can be treated badly by certain shipping companies. They bring our food and the goods we use. I think we owe them something. I’d encourage others to leave a legacy. I think it’s right to share what you have with others.”

Mary and Mike left a legacy to the Apostleship of the Sea
Mary and Mike left a legacy to Apostleship of the Sea.
 
A gift to us in your Will is a natural conclusion to a lifetime of support. It is your lasting gift, alowing us to continue our vital support of seafarers and their families.