Farming needs the support of an independent research sector. Leaving a bequest to The Morley Agricultural Foundation would follow an estimable and historical tradition, in which the pioneering names of “Turnip “Townsend and Coke of Norfolk are prominent.
Both John Mann and Roger Harrison bequeathed trust funds for the benefit of agriculture research. These two trusts liaise very closely with the TMAF board and have one trustee in common. Personal legacies of this type can give and opportunity to remember the donor and to reflect his/her particular wishes as to the use of funds.
Bequest to charities can also be tax efficient.
If you would like to support the work of The Morley Agricultural Foundation and leave a gift in your will or simply find out more please contact Michaela Canham.