As one of Birmingham’s oldest charities, Lench’s Trust has been fortunate down the ages to have raised sufficient funds to enable it carry out its purpose of supporting and caring for the elderly in need in the city. 

Our 21st century society is ageing; there are now more people over the age of 60 than there are under 16. This trend is set to continue and will have profound implications for all of us as individuals and also for society as a whole. 

For Lench’s Trust this trend means that we will face an increasing demand to care for and support an ever growing number of our older generation who are facing financial hardship or social isolation.  Over the coming years the Trust will therefore be faced with the task of raising larger amounts of funding than ever before in order to expand its facilities and provide more care services to those in need.  

If you would like to help us to expand our services and provide care and support to those of our older generation who are in need there are a number of ways in which you can help us:

Appeals

On occasions we will launch an appeal to raise funds for a major project.

Events

During the course of the year the Trust holds a few events, often in conjunction with its partners, to raise funds for and awareness of Lench’s Trust and the work that it does. 

Friends of Lench's Trust

The Friends of Lench’s Trust are groups of individuals who are committed to supporting the work of the Trust as a whole and at its various schemes.  

Regular Giving

Making a regular gift to Lench’s Trust is something that we value highly since it enables us to plan ahead with a higher degree of certainty.  

In Memoriam

If you would like to make a donation in memory of a loved one then Lench’s Trust will be pleased to receive your gift and record the name of your loved one in our In Memoriam book at William Lench Court. 

Legacy Giving

A legacy is one of the most effective ways in which you can help Lench’s Trust support our older generation.  By making a gift in your will you can help us continue our 500 year tradition of caring for the elderly in need. 

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If you would look any more information about the above, then please do get in touch. Your donations help support the lives of others in need.

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