Making a Will is the only way to ensure that on your death, your property and affairs are dealt with in accordance with your wishes. Without a Will the Law decides what happens to your estate and how it is distributed.
You should always consult a professional such as a solicitor, to be sure your Will reflects your exact intentions. DCFI is grateful to those who have remembered its ministry in this way.
While we will naturally want to make provision for our families a priority, if you wish to help DCFI in this way you will need to give your solicitor the details which are set out below.
Name: Disabled Christians Fellowship Ireland (registered with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC 102596).
Address: c/o 21b, Ballyveaghmore Road, Ballymartin, Kilkeel, Newry BT34 4 UJ.
HMRC Charity Number: XR 375567
If you wish to make a ‘donation in lieu of flowers’ or a specific or general donation for any other reason, then cheques made payable to ‘Disabled Christians Fellowship Ireland’ should be sent to the address as given above.