Making a Bequest to Horse Aid

 

Making a bequest to leave a gift in your will is a generous thing to do and you can be safe in the knowledge that you will make a difference to someone who has given their service during their life.

All gifts, regardless of their size, are gratefully received by Horse Aid.

When writing your will you may consider the various ways to give;

  • a set dollar figure
  • a percentage of your estate
  • residue of your estate after making provision for your family
  • a percentage of your assets
  • another asset

Will kits are available in many locations across the country or you can talk to your solicitor for advice.

Below are some suggested wordings for making a bequest to Horse Aid, but please work with your solicitor to meet your individual needs.

If you wish to give a set dollar figure:

“I give to Horse Aid Ltd (ABN 21 654 171 650), for its general purposes, free of all duties the sum of $_____ for which an authorised receipt from Horse Aid Ltd will be a sufficient discharge for the executor(s) or trustee.”

 

If you wish to give a percentage of your estate:

“I give to Horse Aid Ltd (ABN 21 654 171 650), for its general purposes, free of all duties ____% of my residuary estate for which an authorised receipt from Horse Aid Ltd will be a sufficient discharge for the executor(s) or trustee.”

 

If you wish to donate the residue of your estate after making provision for your family:

“I give to Horse Aid Ltd (ABN 21 654 171 650), for its general purposes, free of all duties the whole of the residue of my estate for which an authorised receipt from Horse Aid Ltd will be a sufficient discharge for the executor(s) or trustee.”

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