Leaving a legacy gift to Clare in your will is something that anybody can do, at any age. Making a Will, or amending your existing Will to include Clare, isn't complicated and should cost around £200. Your solicitor can tell you how to go about it.  

Clare has relied on legacy gifts for almost seven hundred years. Many were given by Fellows and alumni, including Samuel Blythe and Paul Mellon. 

 

Read our legacy brochure

 

Your Support

No matter the amount you choose to leave as a legacy to Clare, your gift counts. To find out more, please follow the links below...  

 

Alternatively, please feel free to contact our Deputy Development Director, Samuel Venn, who will be happy to answer any questions you might have.

 
  • Clare College is a Registered Charity, which means that legacy gifts to the College are exempt from Inheritance Tax.
  • You can tell us how you would like your legacy gift to be used, if you wish
  • All legacies, no matter how big or small, play a vital part in securing the future of the College and its students. 
  • There are a number of different types of legacy. When you write your Will, you can choose to provide for your family and friends, as well as Clare College or any other charity you may wish to support.  
  • Leaving a legacy is one of the best ways to make a lasting contribution to Clare. 
     
 

For more information about legacy giving and advice on leaving a gift to a charity in your Will, please follow this link to the HM Revenue & Customs website. Please note, Clare College is not responsible for the content of external websites. 

 



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