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WHAT WE DO Gifts in Wills

REMEMBERING UNITINGWORLD IN YOUR WILL

Leaving a gift in your Will to UnitingWorld, no matter how large or small, is a powerful way to make a difference in the lives of people and communities living on the margins. Your bequest will reflect the passion you have for the vulnerable and marginalised, and your desire to create change that is lasting and meaningful for future generations.

By remembering UnitingWorld in your will, you will be leaving a legacy that ensures our work continues across Asia, Africa and the Pacific, to address poverty and injustice, and to help the global church grow in faith and leadership.

Simple steps for remembering UnitingWorld in your Will

    • Contact our Gifts in Wills team. They would love to hear from you and are there to help ensure you have all the information you need.
    • Consult your legal advisor to ensure the option you have chosen best reflects your intentions.
    • Discuss your decision with your family and loved ones. This will ensure they understand and support your reasons for choosing to help UnitingWorld in such a powerful way.
    • Once you have remembered us in your Will, please let us know. You don’t have to tell us, but we would love the opportunity to thank you.

THE WORDING YOU CAN USE

If you decide to include a gift in your Will to UnitingWorld, please use the following words:

“I give and bequeath the sum of $ …. (or a percentage of the estate or some other provision) free of all duties to UCA Assembly Limited to be used for such of the
purposes of UnitingWorld, an agency of the National Assembly of the Uniting Church in Australia, as shall be decided by UnitingWorld.”

 

If you wish to leave a bequest for a specific area of the work of UnitingWorld, or you’d like to leave a Capital Bequest to support our work, contact our Gifts in Wills team for more information at info@unitingworld.org.au call us on 1800 998 122 or for more information download our bequest brochure below

UnitingWorld Bequest Information