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A view near the Rwenzori mountains in Uganda

Gifts in Wills

Education and access to medical treatment should be a universal right, but for disabled children in rural Africa, this is not the case. The prejudice surrounding these children often prevents them from accessing teaching and basic medical procedures.

"Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, you feed him for life."

We believe in this concept to our core. Our mission is not just to transform the lives of disabled children and their families, but to create a self-sustainable community that prides itself on values of learning and growing together for generations to come.

By leaving a legacy in your will, you will be directly involved in making this a reality! 

Can you help us?

Leaving a legacy could be your way to make a long-lasting impact on the world. Even the smallest of donations will help us with our mission of helping others. 

Below are the various ways you can donate. These gifts are inflation-proof and exempt from inheritance tax so every penny will go towards helping some of the world's poorest people.

A residuary legacy

The remainder of your estate will be given to Accomplish after all taxes, debts and specific legacies have been paid out.

A pecuniary legacy

A gift of a sum of money.

A bequest of property

A gift of possessions such as land and buildings. Or personal items such as jewellery, antiques, stocks, and shares.

Jeremiah playing the keyboard


Jeremiah, who is blind, attended our primary and secondary schools. He plays several instruments was a top scorer in his national exams. Jeremiah got married in 2020.

Help more people like Jeremiah by leaving a legacy

Leave a legacy

If you choose to leave a legacy with us, please let us know. We would love to say thank you and answer any questions.

Ways to Give

Explore other ways to support Accomplish, from monthly donations to online shopping.

Why Accomplish

Your gift will go directly to improving the life chances of disabled children living poor, rural regions of Africa.

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