Help us secure bright futures
Read below how all of them have brighter tomorrows thanks to the right support from Livability received at the right time.
“Every parent wants to see their child take their first steps, but when you have waited nine years it’s just so overwhelming!”
Michelle’s mother certainly believes her daughter’s life is improving, despite her disabilities, thanks to the staff at Livability’s Victoria Education Centre in Dorset teaching her to walk and talk. We are now investing millions of pounds in educational facilities to help hundreds more children like Michelle, every year. A gift in your Will would certainly help us secure the future for these children.
“Being disabled myself, it is something very close to my heart. I am also assisting Livability in marketing their own services to disabled people.”
Kayleigh has a bright future in marketing, thanks to Livability helping her to develop confidence and independence. As a wheelchair user, she felt awkward and lonely but Livability’s Lifestyle Choices project enabled her to go out on her own and make new friends. She has since gained a Masters degree in Marketing and her ambition is to improve the way in which products and services are marketed to disabled people. We want to extend our Lifestyle Choices projects around the country, but we rely on legacies and other gifts to enable us to do this. Read more about Kayleigh and watch her video on Youtube.
Danny is thrilled with the change in his life that Livability has brought. His flat has been refurbished with some money from Livability’s legacy fund. “My flat had a bath which I couldn’t use. I can now shower in my own bathroom,” he says happily, “instead of using the communal shower room.”
Legacy gifts have been vital to our work in the past, and now we are asking you to consider being an important part of our future. Together we can help unlock the futures of many disabled and disadvantaged people for years to come. Leaving a gift in your Will is a wonderful way of ensuring that they can live “life to the full”.