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Leaving a lasting legacy

Life is unpredictable and no one knows what the future holds. That is why it is so important to write a will to ensure that your family, friends and favourite charities are looked after when you’re gone.

Leave a charity legacy to SBH Scotland and help build a future for all those in Scotland affected by spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus.

We believe that everyone deserves a chance in life. If you do too, then leaving a charity legacy to us is an excellent way to ensure that your beliefs live on. The money we receive from charity legacies is crucial and helps open many doors for children, young people and adults affected by spina bifida and hydrocephalus.

We currently work with more than 3500 children, young people and adults across Scotland affected by the disabilities. It's through this work that we strive to realise the full potential of every person we help. Legacies are vital to this work as they help us plan our projects now and into the future.

Call our dedicated team for more information. Call us on 03455 211 600 or email.

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Because of you we provide a lifetime commitment of support. Please continue to support us or donate today. Thank you.

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