For some children coming to UKSA, it’s the first time they have ever seen the sea. Their time with us builds their confidence and life skills by using both water based and land based activities, and opens up a whole new world for them. We aim to work with these children and young people in as many ways as we can, including supporting them through careers courses so they can enter the maritime sector.
Noel and Sylvia Lister wanted to give something back to society and help young people. In 1988, they set up UKSA and this legacy still lives on in everything we do today. By remembering UKSA with a gift in your will, you are making a unique and special commitment that will help us continue to support children and young people long in to the future.
We will not put pressure on you to give a gift in your will – it is your decision
We will never ask you the size of type or gift if you decide to support our work this way
We recognise absolutely that your loved ones come first in your will
You are never obliged to inform us of your intentions – we respect your right to privacy
We understand that personal circumstances change and that you may have to remove UKSA from your will
We will use your gift wisely and prudently
If you desire your gift to be used in a specific way, we will honour your wish.
Give in memory
Celebrate the life of a loved one by raising money or making a donation in their memory. Your gift could help give more young people the opportunity to access outdoor education and provide a steppingstone into the maritime industry whilst helping them to build a better future.
Hold a funeral collection– Speak with the Funeral Director about holding a collection at the end of the service.
Take part in a sponsored event – Take on a sponsored run, walk or challenge event and raise money with family and friends. You can set up your own fundraising page through Enthuse.
Set up an online memory page where people can donate.
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