Supporting Families since 1903

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. 

Download our Workbook to help you review some of the things you may need to consider.