Bibic becomes one of the first to benefit from digital legacies

Bibic becomes one of the first to benefit from digital legacies

Bibic becomes one of the first to benefit from digital legacies
Bibic becomes one of the first to benefit from digital legacies

A CHILDREN’S charity based near Bridgwater has become one of the first to benefit from digital legacies after joining forces with an online service that looks after people’s .

bibic, which helps children with conditions affecting their social, communication and learning abilities, has teamed up with Planned Departure and will receive 15% of donations from supporters.

Komal Joshi, co-founder and director of planned departure, said: “We approached bibic last year as we felt digital legacies could be a great way for it to gain funding.

The services we provide allow people to manage their digital life and ensure their digital legacy is protected and remains in safe hands after they’re gone.

“When putting their affairs in order people will be able to select bibic as a beneficiary and we will donate 15% of revenue generated to the charity.”

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