Education, Training & SEN

East Belfast Mission
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East Belfast Mission

What we do

At East Belfast Mission we are here to change lives and our doors are open to anyone in need.

Our work is based in the heart of East Belfast on the Newtownards Road. The four surrounding electoral wards, where our work primarily takes place, are all in the top 30 most deprived wards in N.Ireland.  In the area we are based 32-46% of people are totally economically inactive and two thirds live in rented accommodation. Qualifications are low and unemployment and lack of self-belief are rife. We aim to relieve these difficulties and transform and renew our community by offering a range of services to support those in our community who need our help.

Our projects  include our Hosford Homelessness services, our Employability project, our Irish Language project and of course our thriving church community which offers community groups, counselling and pastoral care to those who need it.

Gifts in Wills

At East Belfast Mission we are here to change lives and we rely on the generosity of people like you to allow our vital work in our east Belfast community to continue.  Why not choose to leave a life changing legacy by choosing to support East Belfast Mission in your Will?

Even a small gift or percentage of your estate will make a huge difference to our community in east Belfast by supporting our Hosford Homelessness services, our Employability project which helps people back to work, our Irish Language project to connect a divided community and of course our thriving church community which offers community groups, counselling and pastoral care to those who need it.

Your investment in our future will leave a legacy of hope for those who are most vulnerable – helping to create a future where east Belfast is a vibrant and thriving community.


Contact Us

Name: Lianne Mulholland
Telephone: 028 9045 8560
Email: fundraising@ebm.org.uk
Website: www.ebm.org.uk/support-us/leave-a-gift-in-your-will/


Information your solicitor will need

Registered Address: East Belfast Mission, Skainos Centre, 239 Newtownards Road, Belfast, BT4 1AF
Registered Charity Number: CCNI 100744-0

Fields of Life
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Fields of Life

What we do

Fields of Life is committed to seeing meaningful and real change occur in the lives of whole communities in East Africa through holistic and sustainable development which empowers people living in extreme poverty and helps them to help themselves restoring their dignity and providing hope for their future. It is our mission to see many lives changed by collaborating with local churches and communities to bring about positive change through the provision of quality education, clean water, health promotion and community based initiatives.

By leaving a gift in your will, you will be giving people the opportunity to  be strengthened and empowered and to be the drivers of change in their own communities whereby children especially are nurtured and developed to realise their potential bringing a hope and future to their nations.

Changing Lives.  Transforming Communities.  Building Hope.

Gifts in Wills

By leaving a gift in your will to Fields of Life, small or large, it is a wonderful opportunity to join with Fields of Life in our mission to bring hope to vulnerable and marginalised children across East Africa and help change lives and transform communities.


Contact Us

Name: Mags Tierney
Telephone: 02838 390395
Email: margaret.tierney@fieldsoflife.org
Website: http://fieldsoflife.org/donate/fields-of-life-legacy-donations/


Information for your solicitor

Registered Address:Field of Life, 25 Carn Road, Craigavon, Co. Armagh, BT63 5WG
Registered Charity Number: XR18278

Integrated Education Fund
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Integrated Education Fund

What we do

The Integrated Education Fund financially supports and campaigns for more integrated education in response to demand from parents, schools and local communities.

The integrated school provides a learning environment where children and young people from Catholic and Protestant backgrounds, as well as those of other faiths and none, can learn with, from and about each other.

Without change the vast majority of children will continue to be educated separately according to their religious or community background. The cost of inaction will mean another generation growing up with limited contact with one another.

Gifts in Wills 

Imagine a Northern Ireland where children, irrespective of their religious or cultural background, can grow up together, sit side by side in the same classroom and play in the same playground. A Northern Ireland where the parents of those children meet at the same school gate, sit on the same PTA, attend the same religious and cultural celebrations with all the children of the school.

The Integrated Education Fund is there to help but this depends on your support. As an independent charity we rely exclusively on fundraising to carry out our work.

We appeal to you to go that extra mile and – once you have made provision for those close to you – consider leaving a legacy to the Integrated Education Fund, to enable us to create a better future for the children of Northern Ireland.


Contact Us

Name: Brian Small
Telephone: 028 9069 4099
Email: brian@ief.org.uk
Website: http://www.ief.org.uk/donate/legacy-giving/


Information your solicitor will need

Registered Address: Integrated Education Fund, Forest View, Purdy’s Lane, Belfast, BT8 7AR

Registered Charity Number: NIC104886

Companies House Registration Number: NI636289

Queen’s University Foundation
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Queen's University Foundation

What we do

Queen’s University Belfast plays a pivotal role in Northern Ireland through its world-class teaching and research and its direct contribution to the cultural, social and economic development of the region.  Every day Queen’s graduates, staff and students make an enormous impact on the world. Through innovative research and learning, and collaborations with business, industry, the community and the voluntary sector, Queen’s is helping to improve lives.

Gifts in Wills

Your legacy is so much more than a gift in your will. It is one of the most significant gifts you will make and at Queen’s we want to ensure that your donation will make the greatest impact in the area you care about most.

There are a wide range of ways that you can make a lasting legacy. Your gift can be used to help research treatments for diseases that you are passionate about. It can offer a world-class education to a gifted student who otherwise would not be able to afford it. It can ensure future generations can benefit from the knowledge of world-class academics or it can help to cultivate outstanding sporting facilities and buildings here in Northern Ireland.

As a registered charity, your gift will be free of tax and can reduce the inheritance tax burden on your estate. Additionally 100% of your gift will go towards your desired cause.

After providing for your loved-ones, and when the time is right for you, please consider leaving a gift in your will to Queen’s and join us as we inspire the greatest minds, invest in world-class excellence and build a brighter and stronger future for Northern Ireland.


Contact Us

Name: Susan Wilson
Telephone: 02890 973162
Email: susan.wilson@qub.ac.uk
Website: http://www.queensfoundation.com/LegacyGifts/


Information your solicitor will need

Registered Address: The Queen’s University of Belfast Foundation, Queen’s University Belfast, University Road, Belfast, BT7 1NN
Registered Charity Number: NIC 102044

Ulster University
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Ulster University

What we do

Ulster University has a uniquely important role to play in building a better Northern Ireland; one that is prosperous, inclusive, self-reliant and confident, with much to offer the wider world.  We are the largest university on the island of Ireland, focused on providing access to excellent education and producing world-class research and innovation.   We are an essential engine for the economic, social and cultural development of Northern Ireland.

Ulster University is amongst the top 3% of universities in the world and is currently in the top 25% of all UK universities for overall research. In fact 44% of our research is rated as 4* world leading, which places Ulster University top in Northern Ireland.

Gifts in Wills

Legacies allow us to plan for the people and causes we care about most. A legacy in your will to Ulster University can be directed to any area of particular interest to you, from research into Alzheimer’s or pancreatic cancer to supporting a specific subject or helping students embark on their entrepreneurial or academic journeys, ensuring your legacy will truly live on.

You can be assured that 100% of your gift will be directed to your chosen area, no administrative fees will be taken, and as a registered charity your legacy will reduce the inheritance tax on your estate.

We would be very pleased to discuss your wishes in more detail on request.

Contact Us

Name: Caroline Armstrong
Telephone: 028 9536 7513
Email: c.armstrong1@ulster.ac.uk
Website: http://daro.ulster.ac.uk/impact-of-your-support-2015

Information your solicitor will need

Registered address: Ulster University, Cromore Road, Coleraine, BT52 1SA
Registered Charity Number: NIC 100166