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We know it's not an easy subject to talk about but if you are writing a Will maybe you could consider leaving a legacy to our work.

When you leave a gift in your Will to GCM, you help ensure that we can continue to be here for people who need us.

It allows us to care for them and offer support so that they can transform their lives. 


If you would like to leave a gift in your Will to our work, we strongly recommend you that you speak to a solicitor to ensure that your wishes will be carried out as you intend.

You will need to take the following details with you:

  • Gloucester City Mission

  • Registered address: 72 Eastgate Street, Gloucester GL1 1QN

  • Registered charity number: 1115780  (England and Wales)

An example of wording you could use:

I leave my / X share (s) of my residuary estate for Gloucester City Mission, 72 Eastgate Street, Gloucester GL1 1QN, registered charity number: 1115780  (England and Wales) absolutely for its general charitable purposes and I declare that the receipt of the treasurer or other proper officer for the time being shall be a sufficient discharge to my executors.


Leaving a gift in your Will to GCM is a very personal and important decision and we are here to help. We can offer support and guidance about your gift and we are also able to act as Executor of your Will, offering additional peace of mind that your wishes will be followed.

If you would like to speak to someone about your gift, please email We will be more than happy to help.

If you have remembered GCM in your Will, we’d love to hear from you. Not only will this help us make plans for the future it also means we can thank you properly for your support. Anything you tell us will be confidential and not legally binding.


If you are looking to make a payment from a Will, please contact our Administration team on 01452 529310 or email

If you make the payment using our online donation system, please get in touch to let us know so we can ensure the gift is properly recorded and acknowledged.

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