A Gift in Your Will
Information for professional advisers and Executors
Being an Executor
When somebody close to you dies, it can be helpful to get advice and support to help you deal with your loss. As such you may find it helpful to visit Directgov, the UK government’s information website. Their ‘Death and bereavement’ pages include advice on who to turn to for bereavement support; information on wills and probate; as well as practical help about what to do after a death.
Even during this difficult time, acting as an Executor can be a very rewarding and comforting experience as you will be carrying out your loved one’s last wishes. Please do contact us at any time if you need to. We will do our very best to help.
Administration of legacies
For all enquiries regarding the administration of legacies to The Courtauld Institute of Art, please contact Samuel Coote, Individual Campaigns and Legacies Manager using the details below:
Head of Individual Giving Programmes
The Courtauld Institute of Art
Strand, London WC2R 0RN
Tel: 020 7848 2194
The Courtauld’s Charitable Status
The Courtauld Institute of Art is an exempt charity under the Exempt Charities Order 2002. Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs have accepted that The Courtauld Institute of Art is a charity for tax purposes under the reference XR60596. The Courtauld Institute of Art Fund is a registered charity, registration number 288509.
Sending a legacy
When you are ready you can send the legacy to us by cheque, or you can request our bank transfer details by contacting Georgina Ralston using the details above.
Cheques to The Courtauld Institute of Art should be made payable to ‘The Courtauld Institute of Art’ and should be sent to Georgina Ralston at the address above.
Cheques to The Courtauld Institute of Art Fund should be made payable to ‘The Courtauld Institute of Art Fund’ and should be sent to Georgina Ralston at the address above.
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