Bequests & Estate Gifts

Legacy giving is one of the best ways to help Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance. Your will is an opportunity to remember for all time the people and causes that have been important to you. We hope that one of those lasting memories was your time at Rose Bruford College. A legacy gift is also the best way to ensure that your money and assets are distributed in the way that you want.

Leaving Rose Bruford College a gift in your will, after you have made provision for your family and those dear to you, means that you can leave your own legacy at and your own mark on the institution, allowing your memory to remain alive within the College walls and Lamorbey Park.

Recent gifts to the College have been used to support named bursaries for students in different programmes, the ones who need help the most. Gifts are also used to fund technical equipment, an area of support where the College's own funding cannot keep up with demands of new technology in areas like lighting, sound and digital equipment.

Any amount of legacy will be appreciated and well-remembered. Your lasting gift supports a new generation of theatre talents.

We would be happy to talk to you to discuss your exact wishes so that we can ensure that we are able to use your donation in the way that you want, and so that we can recognise your generosity in the most appropriate way. All conversations will be held in the strictest confidence and will not commit you in any way.

We strongly recommend talking with a solicitor before making or amending your will; they will be able to advise you on how best to provide for your family and make a donation to Rose Bruford.

Please contact Andrew Scanlan, Head of Development and Alumni Relations, for a confidential conversation about leaving Rose Bruford College a gift in your will.

 

 

 

 

“The opportunity to present our work at the Istropolitana Festival in Bratislava

was a huge boost to our career. We wish to say a huge thank you for your support

without which we could not have undertaken this venture.”

2014 ETA Graduate Company