A Special contribution to new stories
By leaving the National Centre for Writing a gift in your Will today or in future, you become part of future stories for writers, translators and communities in Norwich and beyond.
If you choose to notify us that you intend to leave a gift to the National Centre for Writing, we can discuss who you would like your special gift to be recognised. This could include:
- Honorary inclusion in our Supporters Circle [needs link].
- Free tickets to NCW events of your choosing.
- Private guided tours of Dragon Hall, organised with our team.
- Accreditation in the National Centre for Writing’s annual report, at Dragon Hall, and online.
If desired, we will keep your intention to leave a gift private.
“The project has shown the very best of what young people can do and the positive impact we can have in our community. In a time when young people seem to be being portrayed in an increasingly negative way it was a positive project driven by young people”
– Amelia Platt, Young participant, pictured with writer John Dennehy.
Information about leaving a gift in your Will
After thinking about the family and friends you would like to remember in your Will, we would be incredibly grateful if you decide to leave a gift to the National Centre for Writing.
Whether it is a percentage of your estate or a fixed amount, leaving a gift in your Will to NCW could reduce the amount of inheritance tax liable on your estate.
Should you wish to include NCW in your Will, please ask your solicitor to use the following details. This will ensure your generous gift reaches us and can begin helping our community:
- The legal name of the charity: National Centre for Writing
- Charity number: 1110725.
- Registered address: Dragon Hall, 115-123 King Street, Norwich, NR1 1QE.
For more information about leaving a special gift to NCW, or to notify us of your intention to leave a gift in your Will, please contact Paula Sanchez, Head of Communications and Development: [email protected].
For advice or help with leaving a gift in your Will, please speak to your chosen solicitor.
We can recommend Mills & Reeve.
If you wish to talk to a member of our team about supporting NCW, or learn more about the difference your support makes to writers, translators and our communities, we would love to hear from you.
Please contact Dan Scales, Development Manager, [email protected].
The National Centre for Writing strives for best practice in its fundraising and is registered with the Fundraising Regulator.
We are transparent with our donors and supporters, and strive to ensure that our fundraising is legal, open, honest, and respectful.
Photo: Amelia Platt with writer John Dennehy. Photo: Taryn Everdeen.