Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.

1 Thessalonians 5:11

If you are considering making a significant gift which is not a legacy pledge, please visit this new page. If you are considering leaving a legacy, please read on.

Since the early part of the twentieth century, SU Scotland has been reaching out to children and young people. With support from those like yourself, we have been helping those exploring the Bible and responding to the significance of Jesus for almost 100 years. We are still committed to encouraging young people to investigate the implications of the Christian faith, and still need your help to do so.

Gifts that supporters have left in their wills, sometimes called legacies, have been a tremendous blessing to the ministry of SU Scotland. These gifts have enabled us to support staff roles as they organise and develop ministry, they have made significant investment in our activity centres and campsites and have relieved pressure in times of financial uncertainty.

Will-making offers a wonderful opportunity to express the compassion which has marked our lives, a chance to bless family, friends and causes which are close to our heart and, above all, to thank God for his provision.

Would you consider leaving a gift in your will to SU Scotland, to encourage and build up future generations of young people?

Please read the 2021-22 Legacy brochure available here.

If you would like a physical copy of the brochure or more information from SU Scotland on making a gift in your will, then please call: 0141 352 7606 or email John at legacies@suscotland.org.uk.

If you could let us know of your intention to support us in this way, it would also be a great encouragement.