Bequests to the Peel Health Foundation
Bequests to Peel Health Foundation
A growing number of Australians are seeking to leave a lasting legacy through bequests or charitable trusts.
Making a lifetime gift
Your Will is a very personal document which allows you to give your estate, divided in the way you wish, to the family, friends and organisations you care for. A bequest is the gift of a lifetime and a wonderful way of extending your help and touching the future in a special way.
A Bequest to the Peel Health Foundation can impact on many future generations of the Peel Community and help us to plan our future work. Your generous gift can assist the Foundation in its mission “To promote the prevention and the control of Diseases in human beings in the Peel Region”.
It is simple to include a gift to Peel Health Foundation in your Will, or if you already have a Will, a codicil can be added to it. Gifts can be defined as personal assets such as shares, cash, property or a percentage of your estate and can be made in a variety of ways depending on your choice.
How does Peel Health Foundation use bequests and donations?
Bequests and donations are used to aid our fund raising activities. We use such gifts to enhance in the following ways:
Why Make A Will At All?
Your Will is your gift to your family, friends or your favourite charities and organisation...it is your choice...with a Will your assets can be distributed exactly the way you want, instead of leaving it for someone else to decide.
Although you can draft your own Will, we recommend that you:
Bequests are the gifts you nominate in your Will. You may word them as you wish. Should you leave a gift to Peel Health Foundation you may wish to consider leaving it at the Foundation's discretion in order to address the Foundation's need at the time your gift is received.
It is entirely up to you whether you choose to disclose any details about your bequest, but if you do so, it will help us plan for the future. Naturally this pledge is simply a statement of your present intentions and is not in any way binding.