Regional legacy events

Two girls talkingRegional events

You are welcome to come and join us at some magnificent venues across the country to hear about the work we do to help vulnerable children and young people.

Our events are important days that bring The Children's Society and its supporters together. They give us the opportunity to meet and thank our supporters in person and help them gain a broader understanding of the work we do.

At a reception you will hear about the importance of gifts in Wills and how you could become more involved in our work. You will learn about the latest developments and hear directly from key staff about the inspiring and innovative projects happening in your area. 

Legacy event calendar 2013

The Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford – Thursday 28 February

Pilgrim Hall, Uckfield – Thursday 07 March

The National Media Museum, Bradford – Tuesday 12 March

Newstead Abbey, Nottingham – Tuesday 19 March

Trinity College, Oxford – Thursday 21 March

St Edmundsbury Cathedral, Bury St Edmunds – Tuesday 26 March

We will be adding more dates to the calendar soon so please check our website regularly to find out if we are having an event in your area.

For more information about making a will and leaving a legacy to The Children's Society, or to register your interest in attending an event please contact us at or call us on 0300 303 7000.


Thoughts from supporters who attended our events

approximately 40 people seated and watching a presentation‘It was great to hear about the different projects and how The Children's Society is involved with young people. They really are an important lifeline for many young people.’
Susan, legacy event at Worcester Porcelain Museum

‘I loved the friendly atmosphere and learning more about the wonderful work of The Children's Society.’
Trevor, legacy event at Birmingham Botanical Gardens

‘The reception was done in a pleasant, easy to understand way. I enjoyed the whole day and have already left a gift to three charities in my Will.’
Eve, legacy event at The Bishop’s Palace, Wells