Hope for the future
Bequests to Anglicare, made after you have taken care of your own family, are invested to provide funding for new projects or capital works. Large or small, bequests are valued and ensure your good will keeps working in to the future.
When Anglicare identifies a need in the community, governments are not always able or willing to respond. The extra funding made available by bequests means that Anglicare can provide services that government just cannot.
Up to one-third of South Australians die without leaving their intentions clear in their Will. Anglicare can arrange a free consultation with a solicitor to prepare your will if you would like to make a bequest to Anglicare.
Anglicare SA offers this format for preparing or amending your will with our compliments. Naturally, if you use it there is absolutely no obligation to include Anglicare SA as a beneficiary under your will, but if you would like to do that, the correct name of the organisation is Anglicare SA inc.
To see the exact wording required, click here.
If you would like further information about leaving a bequest to Anglicare SA please contact our Marketing Coordinator Emma Yeend on (08) 8305 9230, or email Emma firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, you may wish to seek legal professional advice from a Trustee Company (such as Australian Executor Trustees Limited) when making or updating your Will.