A legacy of hope

A legacy gift of love can bring hope and light.

Margaret has supported Mission Without Borders since 1975

When Margaret first started supporting the Mission, we were known as Underground Evangelism and we were smuggling Bibles behind the Iron Curtain.

“I went to a Tom Rees Rally in 1955 at the Royal Albert Hall in London when I was 20 and became a Christian. I was at teacher training college and also went to a number of conferences at Hildenborough Hall. My husband was an elder in the Baptist Church and I still run a House Group. We meet in the house of a lady who is 92!”

“From our earliest days of marriage, we would always give a tenth of our income to Christian charities. It wasn’t always easy as we had three lovely children to bring up, but Mission Without Borders was one of those charities I really wanted to support.”

"What I love about the Mission’s work is that it helps the poor, providing practical support, but it also wants to support children and future generations – with education, school materials and scholarships to go to University.”


In Genesis 12.2 the Lord said to Abraham, “I will bless you and make your name great, so that you will be a blessing … and in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.” God blessed Abraham so he could be a blessing to others.

Here at Mission Without Borders we are grateful to supporters who not only provide for their families and loved ones in their will, but also widen this care to Christian brothers and sisters in Eastern Europe.

At the heart of our work is a vision to reach out to people with God’s word and be a blessing both practically and spiritually. Thanks to crucial help from donors, sponsors and churches, we’ve been able to relieve the suffering, demonstrate the love of Christ and transform the lives of children and families.

This long-term work has benefited from friends and supporters who have been committed to helping the Mission over many years. Legacy gifts can help ensure that a lifetime of love, faith and generosity lives on, to benefit future generations.


We are incredibly grateful to friends and supporters like Margaret, who choose to include a gift in their Will to MWB. If you consider MWB’s mission to be an important cause in your own life, please do consider making a gift in your will.


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