Supporting Families since 1903
1903, Agnes Parr, a wealthy widow, set up a charity in Pimlico. St Michael’s Fellowship and All Angels was to support ‘fallen’ women to have their babies safely – and to keep them. This was a radical idea for its time.
So much has changed in our world since then. But St Michael’s work today holds true to Agnes’ vision. We want a world where families have every possible chance to keep their child. And where children have the best possible future in life, whatever the circumstances of their birth.
A gift in your will
By leaving St Michael’s a gift in your Will, you can help ensure Agnes’ legacy continues. You don’t need to have a huge estate to make a big difference. Your gift could transform lives for a whole family, and break the cycle of poverty that could otherwise be passed down to children and grandchildren.
By leaving a gift to St Michael’s in your Will, you can help us to support more parents to give their children a happy, secure childhood and a bright future.
Why you should make a Will
Your Will tells everyone what should happen to your money, possessions and property—your estate — after you die. If you don’t leave a Will, the law decides how your estate is divided up – and this might not be what you wanted. In your Will, you also decide who administers your affairs after your death.