Making a will is one of the most important ways we can look after our loved ones once we’re no longer around. By leaving a gift to NCO, you could ensure that an organisation close to your heart will be looked after too.
Thank you for your interest in remembering NCO.
If you would like to remember NCO in your will, please fill in this form.
Why remember NCO?
We support children aged 8-14 to be happy and healthy through transformative orchestral experiences and performances of exceptional quality. We inspire them to be the best musician that they can be, unlock their creative potential and support their wellbeing. We give children the time and respect to develop their voices and we create a sense of belonging and community. We are a fun, playful and joyous place for children.
Your legacy gift will be invested into our core charitable purposes, directly benefitting future generations of young musicians.
How do I leave a gift in my will?
Drawing up a will is easier that you think, although it is important that you use the services of a solicitor to help you.
NCO is proud to be a part of Remember a Charity - a consortium of over 140 charities set up to raise awareness of the importance of having a will and leaving gifts to charities. You can also visit their website for further information about making a will, finding a local solicitor, and leaving a legacy.
If you already have a will, adding NCO as a beneficiary is straightforward – you just need to include a short written instruction called a codicil. You can choose to leave a specific amount, the amount left over from your estate after your loved ones have been provided for, or particular possessions such as shares, investments or property.
Thank you for considering supporting NCO in this special way.