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Making a difference to children's lives through the generosity of others

If you would like to be a part of our vision, by including World Youth International in your Will, you will assist us and join many other generous benefactors in readdressing some of the many imbalances that face the children of our world.

What is a bequest?

A bequest is a commitment in a person's Last Will and Testament that stipulates the transfer of property such as money, shares, or tangible property to an individual or a charitable organisation.

Benefits

By making a bequest to World Youth International, you will be supporting our organisation in readdressing the many imbalances that currently effect the children in our world.

Through the generosity of many and as part of our ongoing commitment to children, we have built the World Youth International School and Sapana Dreaming Children's Home in Nepal. As the literacy rate of children is very low in Nepal, opportunities have now been created through our school to give the children an education and a good start in life. Read more

What may I bequeath to World Youth International?

In making a bequest to World Youth International, you can state a fixed amount of money, personal property such as shares, or a percentage of your estate

With a residuary bequest, you direct that World Youth International will receive all or part of your estate remaining after other specific bequests and expenses related to settlement of your estate have been paid.

Does World Youth International want to know of my bequest?

World Youth International recognises that your bequest intentions are a very personal matter and that you may quite understandably wish to keep them confidential. However, if you are willing to inform us of your intentions it would assist us greatly in the future planning of our projects. Please contact Terry Hoey on (08) 8340 1266 or terry.hoey@worldyouth.org.au with your intentions.

What kind of wording in my Will is appropriate for a bequest to World Youth International?

The following wording is recommended for consideration.

I bequeath to World Youth International (Aust) Ltd, ABN 52060813541, of 205 Port Rd, Hindmarsh SA, 5007, for the general purpose of the said organisation and free of all duties and taxes, the following:

1. Percentage ................................ % of my estate
2. The whole of my estate
3. All the residue of my estate, including personal property
4. Percentage: ...% of the residue of my estate
5. The sum of $ ..................................................
6. My shares in ...................................................
7. My real property situated at ..............................
1 Title reference number ......................................

I DECLARE that the receipt of the World Youth International's authorised officer shall be sufficient discharge to my executor.

World Youth International recommends that you consult a legal adviser when making your will.

If you would like to discuss World Youth International's Bequest options further, please contact Terry Hoey on (08) 8340 1266 or complete our brief enquiry form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

 

 

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