Become a Guardian of Ibba Girls’ School

Below you will find the information you need to provide your solicitor with in order to become a Guardian of Ibba Girls’ School. If you have any questions, please email legacy@friendsofibba.org.

Charity name: Friends of Ibba Girls’ School

Charity number: 1146220

Address: 77 Styvechale Avenue, Coventry, CV5 6DW

Your solicitor will be able to advise you on which type of gift is most appropriate to your wishes (either a residuary gift or a pecuniary gift) and personal situation, or if there is an alternative type of gift you would like to leave to Friends of Ibba Girls’ School.

Here is some suggested text for your solicitor.

Residuary Gift

‘I give XX% of my estate to Friends of Ibba Girls’ School of 77 Styvechale Avenue, Coventry, CV5 6DW, registered charity number 1146220, for its charitable purposes, and I further direct that the receipt of the Honorary Treasurer or other proper officer of Friends of Ibba Girls’ School for the time being shall be a full and sufficient discharge for the said legacy.’

Pecuniary Gift

‘I give XX to Friends of Ibba Girls’ School of 77 Styvechale Avenue, Coventry, CV5 6DW, registered charity number 1146220, for its charitable purposes, and I further direct that the receipt of the Honorary Treasurer or other proper officer of Friends of Ibba Girls’ School for the time being shall be a full and sufficient discharge for the said legacy.’

In Memoriam

If you would like to raise funds for Friends of Ibba Girls’ School in memory of a loved one, there are a range of sites you can use, including Virgin Money Giving, Facebook (please see the ‘create a fundraiser’ link on our page) or Just Giving. (We recommend Virgin Money Giving, which has a dedicated section to raising money in memory and Friends of Ibba Girls’ School is a registered charity on the site and can easily be linked to.)

If you would like any support, please contact legacy@friendsofibba.org.

Leaving a legacy gift for Ibba Girls’ Boarding School means that you are helping to guarantee quality education for some of the world’s most vulnerable and marginalised girls.

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