Putting your Wish into Words
…..when we move on our footprints remain…..
To include the Blind Welfare Association in your Will is to leave a precious gift for much needed services now and in the future.
When making or amending your Will, please remember our Association as a most deserving charity. Bequests, legacies or gifts of any amount are very important and urgently needed to ensure the Blind Welfare Association can continue to provide its many free services to those in need.
When making a bequest to the Blind Welfare Association the wording is very important as it states precisely what you want to happen.
This is an example of what may be included in your Will:
“I ……………….. give and bequeath unto the Blind Welfare Association of SA Inc., the sum of $………………. and / or a ……% of my Estate free of all duties and I declare that the receipt of the Treasurer of the said Association for the time being shall be a complete discharge to my Executors and Trustees for the moneys paid in accordance with this bequest”.
Your Solicitor or Trustee Company can help advise you further.
Please tell us when you have included a bequest to the Blind Welfare Association in your Will as we would value the opportunity of thanking you in advance rather than your Executor.
How your Gift will Help
Your bequest or tax deductible gift will help us to provide the following:
- Financial assistance
- In-home assistance
- Recreational activities
- Social activities