What is a Bequest?
A bequest is an allocation you make in your Will where you may choose to leave money or an asset.
Who will benefit?
Bequests are a lasting gift which enable you to support abused children and young people in an ongoing way.
You may choose a programme of your choice within the range of services offered by Parkerville Children and Youth Care or you may elect to offer your gift to the Organisation to allocate across all programmes.
What do I do?
You will need a Will to make a bequest and most people have their Will drawn up by their solicitor.
Parkerville Children and Youth Care is supported by legal advice which may help you.
What if I have a Will?
If you have already made a Will but are now interested in supporting Parkerville Children and Youth Care, you can do so by adding a codicil. This is an addition to your will which would include a bequest to Parkerville Children and Youth Care.
What terminology do I use?
A bequest is a gift from you which can be worded to suit your wishes. Please call your Solicitor to discuss appropriate wording.
Please call the Chief Executive, Mr Basil Hanna, on 08 9290 1200 during office hours, for a no obligation discussion on bequests.