Kildonan UnitingCare invites to you consider making a donation or bequest, which will assist us to continue to develop and provide vital services to young people, children, families and individuals in need.
Families and loved ones must always come first. It is a legal obligation that individuals in your life who might reasonably expect to receive adequate provision through your Will are cared for before charitable giving can be considered.
At Kildonan UnitingCare we encourage our friends and supporters to consult with a solicitor for legal advice when drawing up a Will. We are unable to provide legal advice or recommend legal firms, to avoid any appearance of undue influence.
There are three main types of bequests:
Specific Bequests are gifts of particular pieces of property, such as houses or land, shares, cars, furniture, jewellery, books etc. given to a particular person or organisation.
General Bequests are usually sums of money or percentages of the value of your estate given to persons or organisations.
Residual Bequests are made up of the remainder of your estate after the specific and general bequests have been distributed.
Another opportunity to support Kildonan UnitingCare is by making a bequest through a perpetual trust, to provide ongoing support for our vital work.
Please note gifts of $2 and over are tax deductible.