A bequest is simply a gift made in your will. You can make bequests to individuals, associations or charities. A bequest to a charity enables you to continue supporting those causes you care about after your death, and provides valuable and valued assistance to those organisations.
Extended Families relies on non-government funding to thrive, plan for the future and grow. One of the most helpful ways for Extended Families to achieve future stability and growth is to establish a pool of money through bequests by supporters. This money is invested and the proceeds directly benefit children with disabilities and their families. If one of the causes you care about is children and young people with a disability, and their families; you may consider making a bequest to Extended Families after providing for your own family and loved ones.
If you have any questions about Extended Families or how to make a bequest, you are very welcome to contact Horace or Julie and discuss these matters on a strictly confidential basis. Your privacy will be fully respected at all times. Phone 03 9355 8848.
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