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Legacy Events

Our Change the Future events are a great way to find out more about how gifts in wills make a difference to children in the UK and all around the world.

Around 13% of our income comes from donations that supporters like you have left in their wills, making a lasting commitment to children.

Each event highlights various areas of Save the Children’s work, and offers an opportunity to hear from our incredible Humanitarian and UK Programmes staff, as well as volunteers who have visited our programmes in person. 

Our upcoming Change the Future events, which are free to attend and held at venues, are listed below. 

For more information, and to book your place, please email giftsinwills@savethechildren.org.uk



Date: Wednesday 11 May

Timings: 11am to 1pm

Location: Harewood House (Harewood Suite, Stables Courtyard), Leeds, LS17 9LG

Built in the 18th century, Harewood House has art collections to rival the finest in Britain. Visitors can enjoy exhibitions of contemporary art, the rare bird garden, a farm experience and over 100 acres of exquisite gardens with plants from all over the world. All this in the setting of a magnificent landscape created by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. 

After the event you are invited to explore both the house exhibits and the beautiful grounds.


Date: Wednesday 18 May

Timings: 11am to 1pm

Location: Pittodrie Stadium, Pittodrie Street, Aberdeen, AB24 5QH

As the home ground of Aberdeen Football Club, Pittodrie has celebrated many achievements throughout the years – from innovations like the dug-out, to being led by world class managers like Sir Alex Ferguson. 

Our event will be held in The Teddy Scott room (set within the Richard Donner stand) which was opened by Save the Children patron HRH The Princess Royal in 1993. After the event you are welcome to join a tour of the stadium.


Date: Wednesday 22 June

Timings: 11am to 1pm

Location: Hampden Park, Letherby Drive, Glasgow, G42 9BA

For generations of football fans, Hampden Park has been the home of Scottish football – a field of dreams shared by the masses. As the national football stadium, it has been home to Scotland international matches since 1906. 

After the event you are welcome to join a tour of the stadium and explore the Scottish Football Museum, a space filled with incredible items that tell the tale of Scottish football. 

Windsor Racecourse


Date: Wednesday 29 June

Timings: 11am to 1pm

Location: Royal Windsor Racecourse (Grandstand boxes 4-6), Maidenhead Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 5JJ

Set in 165 acres of stunning Berkshire countryside, Royal Windsor Racecourse has been a part of the landscape for hundreds of years. Situated on the River Thames and in the shadow of Windsor Castle, accessible by car, train and even river taxi (if travelling from Windsor town centre), it is the perfect setting for a summer event.

We look forward to seeing you in the Grandstand boxes, against the stunning racecourse backdrop.


Date: Thursday 14 July

Timings: 11am to 1pm

Location: Windermere Jetty Museum, Rayrigg Road, Windermere, Cumbria LA23 1BN

Join us at this beautiful venue that celebrates the boats and people that have sailed Windermere, England’s largest natural lake, for hundreds of years.

 We will also be delighted to welcome Trevor Avery (Director of The Lake District Holocaust Project, and advisor on the BBC/Warner Bros drama “The Windermere Children”) to tell the story of “The Windermere Children”, a remarkable true story about hope in the aftermath of the Holocaust and how Windermere housed child survivors. 

After the event you are invited to enjoy the museum exhibits and stories - and for the ultimate Windermere experience, enjoy a cruise on a fully restored heritage boat from the Windermere Jetty Museum collection.


Date: Wednesday 20 July

Timings: 11am to 1pm

Location: SS Great Britain (Viridor Theatre), Gas Ferry Road, Great Western Dockyard, Bristol BS1 6TY

Brunel’s SS Great Britain tells the incredible story of one of Britain’s greatest engineers and one of the most important ships in maritime history. In 1970, the SS Great Britain Project brought the rusting shell of the SS Great Britain home from the Falkland Islands - braving 8,000 miles of stormy sea, in an attempt to save it from ruin and keep its story alive. 

After the event you are welcome to visit the ship and its two museums.

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