Leave a gift in your will
Leaving a gift in your will is a perfect opportunity to reflect on what’s been important in your life and what you’d like to see supported in the future.
A better future for women and girls
Making a will is the only way you can be sure your wishes will be followed after you die. It also means less confusion and heartache for your loved ones in their time of grief. If you don't make a will, part or all of your estate may end up going to people you never intended to benefit because the law will dictate how your estate is distributed.
Leaving a gift in your will offers the perfect opportunity to reflect on what’s been important in your life, and what you’d like to see supported in the future.
You’ll also need to think about who is to receive what and how. Gifts can be anything you own including specific items, money, property or a percentage of your estate. Information about the different ways in which estates can be distributed can be provided by a professional in this area.
Your will also offers the opportunity to say what you’d like to happen at your funeral. This can greatly help your loved ones in their time of grief.
If you would like to leave a gift to Good Shepherd in your will or request further information please contact Jo Molloy on 03 8412 7375 or Jolene.Molloy@goodshep.org.au