Legacy Plans, Helping Hands:

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Legacy Plans & Helping Hands

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Legacy Plans & Helping Hands:

The helping hand legacy fund would be set up for smaller amounts such as taxi fares to hospital appointments, or home-based things like walking frames or portable hoists things that are needed to ease the everyday struggles disabled people and their carers face. The fund could be accessed thought a simple application process. A helping hand should be offered where true need is clearly evident, simple things like a blind motor to raise and put down blinds at the touch of a button. Lets use this fund wisely lots of great helpful devises are being invented better cost effective devises that can really help those less able be more independent and live safely with others or by themselves if that is what they choose to do. I think it would be a good idea to put grant limits with a little bit of flexibility.

Consider Leaving A Legacy?

As you age, leaving a legacy may become increasingly important how will you be remembered, would you like to think that after you’re gone, a part of you will remain. Your family and friends will never forget you, but a “legacy” goes beyond memories. Do you want to make a lasting impression that’s more widespread? leaving behind a legacy means you can make sure you’re remembered.

What Is A Legacy?

What does it mean to leave a legacy? Think of the people you’ve heard about but never met. Your great-great-grandparents, for instance, or a famous person who died centuries before you were born. Leaving behind a legacy means making an impact that will last long after you die. It could be financial, with something you create, or through the people, you touch while you’re alive. It’s never too late to start working on building a legacy that will outlive you. We would love your legacy to become a sensory house for the disabled kids a forever house that will outlive many of us. You may want to consider leaving a monetary amount that could be used to provide benefits to many disabled children.

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