A GIFT THAT LASTS LONGER THAN A LIFETIME
Your help is needed to provide independence and mobility to people with vision loss, and safety and inclusion to children living with autism and their families.
We value bequests - whether large or small - because they have the power to change other people's lives through the provision of much-needed services.
THE IMPORTANCE OF A BEQUEST - A LASTING LEGACY
A bequest is a gift and can be anonymous if you wish. It is an instruction contained within your will that specifically reserves part of an estate for a particular beneficiary. Bequests can be made in a variety of ways to reflect your specific wishes.
You can define personal assets such as shares, bonds, property, a fixed sum (legacy), or simply a percentage (residue) of an estate. Your bequest provides an opportunity for you to make a tangible and lasting gift.
It's a common misconception that only wealthy people leave money to a charity when they die. The reality is that most bequests are made by ordinary, hard-working people who want to make a positive difference to their community.
At Guide Dogs SA.NT we could not provide the services we do without the generosity of these very special supporters.
Including Guide Dogs SA.NT in your will is just as easy as providing for your loved ones. And it can be as much or as little as your want.
Every gift makes a big difference.
WE SAY THANK YOU
If you choose to make a gift in your will, you may of course also choose to remain anonymous.
However, at Guide Dogs SA.NT we invite all those who have confirmed a bequest to become part of the Guide Dogs SA.NT community.
You will receive regular updates and newsletters, as well as exclusive invitations to our special events.
Please contact us through our online contact form or by phoning (08) 8203 8323 if you need more information on making a bequest. Your inquiry will be treated with complete confidentiality.
You should seek legal advice from a solicitor or Trustee Company before making a bequest.
Just download the information sheet below for more knowledge on bequests.