Welcome to the Mencap Trust Company Ltd
It’s natural to worry what will happen to your loved ones when you are no longer around — even more so when your loved one has a learning disability and/or autism.
Mencap Trust Company can help alleviate some of this worry by helping you plan a financially secure future for those you leave behind.
Protect their future
If you’ve been thinking about setting up a trust for a family member who has a learning disability (and/or autism), and you want to:
- safeguard their benefits and entitlements
- ensure legal or financial responsibility for your family member is not placed on family or friends
- make allowances for unforeseen family circumstances that could prevent other family members taking on the trust — like poor health or premature death
- appoint a trustee who is well informed about learning disability rights and the needs of people with a learning disability
- choose a permanent, professional body who is experienced in trust law
Call us on 020 7696 6932, or email email@example.com
Whether you've done your research and have already made an informed decision to set up a discretionary trust for your loved one, or you are yet to decide which trust is right for you and your family, contact us today. We can help.
To familiarise yourself with our friendly team, meet some of our beneficiaries, read our answers to frequently answered questions, or learn how we make decisions around how trust funds are spent, click on the cards below.
We've created a number of documents about Mencap Trust Company which you might find useful:
Covid-19 - We're still here for you
Mencap Trust Company began the process of working from home before the national lockdown was announced back in March so that we could continue our work to protect the financial future of people with learning disabilities and autism. We hope that you can understand if things take a little longer than usual until we can safely reopen our office and get back to full capacity.
We assure you that our duty of care remains to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of our staff and our beneficiaries. We are regularly reviewing our safety procedures with the help and support of Public Health England and other health professionals to ensure that we are adhering to Government guidelines.
In order to protect both our staff and our beneficiaries, we have ceased all of our face-to-face visits, and instead we are conducting these virtually or over the phone whenever they are required.
If you wish to speak to a member of our team, you can always call 0207 696 6932 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, we will be happy to set up a virtual meeting.
We thank you for your understanding during this time and look forward to seeing you all face-to-face again when it is safe to do so.