Remember us in your Will

At the heart of Aiséirí are the lives and futures of people; young people, women, middle-aged men, fathers, brothers, sisters, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends. Ordinary people, people that you and I know, people who want to work, want to go to school, want to hope, want to care for their families and be cared for.

We are always looking for individuals and businesses to get involved with Aiséirí and help us provide services for those trying to overcome addiction.

Our aim is to help as many adults and youths as possible – but we need your help in order to do so.

There are a number of ways which you can get involved or you can simply make a donation towards our work by clicking here

Leaving a last Legacy that will help change futures.

Everybody should have a Will. It sets out your wishes and decisions around the guardianship and care of loved ones in your absence, the distribution of your assets and precious personal items that mean a lot to you. A Will also helps to reduce inheritance tax & the impact residential care fees might have on your estate and ensures any debts are paid. It gives you peace of mind and provides clarity and certainty for those you love about your intentions.

Once all other personal decisions have been made, consider leaving a legacy gift to a Aiséirí in your Will. Large or small, your gift will enable us to continue our great work in the future.

How to leave a legacy to Aiséirí

If you would like to include a gift in your Will to help us reach and support adolescents and adults overcome addiction, below are a number of ways you can.   As a Will is a legal document, it is always advisable to consult your solicitor. If you have already made a Will, it is easy to amend it to include a gift to Aiséirí. Minor changes do not require a new Will and should not incur a fee. Your solicitor can help you make any changes.

The types of legacy’s that you can leave in your Will

There are several different types of gifts that you can leave to Aiséirí. We recommend that you discuss this with your solicitor. Some of the most common ways:

  1. Pecuniary Legacy – A fixed sum of money
  2. Specific Legacy  – A specific item of value such as property, jewellery or a painting
  3. Residuary Legacy – The whole or a percentage of your estate after providing for your loved ones and covering administrative expenses. Legacies to charities are tax free so leaving a gift to Aiséirí can help reduce the tax payable on your estate

Suggested Wording for leaving a gift in your Will ‘I give to Aiséirí, Townspark, Cahir, Co. Tipperary, registered charity CHY 20096:

  1. The sum of € (amount in figures and in words) or
  2. (a specific item) or all my property known as (name of property) and situated at (location of property) or
  3. All (or a share of) the residue of my estate

“I direct that (i) my bequest be applied by Aiséirí for its charitable purposes and (ii) the receipt of any Trustee of Aiséirí for the time being shall be sufficient discharge to my Executors”

Your solicitor will check the final wording.

Thank you, your lasting legacy will change the futures of people suffering with addiction.