Leaving a gift in your Will is also known as leaving a 'bequest'. Read on to find out everything you need to know about leaving a gift in your Will to Cystic Fibrosis NZ.
If you need any more information, don't hesitate to get in touch with Laura, our Fundraising Manager, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, calling or texting 021 195 5787, or by calling our free phone number 0800 651 122.
Do something amazing today that will make a difference tomorrow. By setting up a gift in your will you can make a long-lasting difference and provide hope to the individuals and families living with cystic fibrosis in New Zealand.
Including a gift in your will helps us plan for a future, where every individual with cystic fibrosis who needs support, can have it. Bequests pledged in the past provide our vital services today, just as gifts pledged today will help us to be there in the future as well.
We know that your first priority is to look after your loved ones in your Will. We also know it is important for you to talk to them about your wishes and the reason why you might choose to leave a gift to Cystic Fibrosis NZ.
Gifts in Wills (also called Bequests) are property or assets given to an individual or organisation in your Will. Gifts in Wills can come in many different forms including residues of estates, fixed sums of money, or percentages of assets.
You can leave a gift specifically for one of the following purposes:
To make the process as simple as possible, we have provided the following suggested wording when including Cystic Fibrosis NZ in your Will. You can take this to your solicitor or directly write it into your Will if you are managing it yourself.
I give ... (insert benefit, either residual gift, a percentage or specific gift amount) to Cystic Fibrosis Association of New Zealand # CC10274, Suite 2, 79 Grafton Road, Grafton, Auckland, for its:
a) General purposes
b) Support programmes
c) Research purposes
(choose one out of a, b, c)
I declare that the receipt of the secretary, treasurer or other proper officer of the nominated beneficiary will be a full discharge for my trustee who will not be bound to see its application.
If you choose to leave us a gift in your Will, we promise to:
It is important to talk to your family and loves ones about your will so they understand why you have made your decisions and ensure your wishes are carried out. Your gift, through your estate, will have a tangible impact on the lives of others in your community.
It’s up to you whether you tell us that you have arranged to leave a legacy gift. It is a private matter, however it is helpful for us to have this information so we can thank you in your lifetime. It also means you can begin supporting us now, by being a part of our planning.Learn how your donation makes a difference