Leaving a gift in your Will is a wonderful way to express your vision for the future, whilst honouring and recognising things that have been important during your lifetime.
After providing for your loved ones in your Will, you may have the opportunity to reflect on the causes and organisations that are meaningful to you, and consider including a legacy gift.
By leaving a gift to St John of God Foundation, you can help to ensure the very best health care is available for people in their time of greatest need, now and into the future.
You don't have to be wealthy for your gift to make an enduring difference to the lives of others. You can be sure that whatever the gift you choose to leave, 100% will be directed to improving health care in the communities we serve.
You can leave a gift in your Will in a number of different ways, or you can make a gift in cash or in-kind during your lifetime.
A gift in Will especially can provide a wonderful opportunity to make a lasting contribution that you may not have otherwise been able to consider during your lifetime.
A gift in your Will to St John of God Foundation ensures you will leave a lasting legacy, supporting better health care for generations to come.
Below are some examples of gifts in Wills that can be made:
- A specific sum of money or an asset (property, painting, shares);
- Gifting the proceeds of your life insurance policy; or
- A fixed percentage of your estate before the gifting of proceeds; or
- Your entire estate, or the residual of your estate.
We encourage you to seek legal advice and to consider your family and loved ones when writing your Will. We are happy to talk with you about a specific form of words however, we cannot give legal advice and a final decision should be made between you and your legal advisor.