Gifts in Wills

"Whatever your priorities in life, so should they be in death," says Josephine Lewis, ChildFund Australia supporter and bequestor.

Including a gift to ChildFund Australia in your will can be the gift of a lifetime that changes the tragic reality faced by so many children. Gifts in wills, no matter how big or small, can make a huge difference to the work we do. You can provide children living in poverty, and generations to come, with life essentials such as nutritious food, clean water, healthcare, education and more.

When the time is right for you and after taking care of your loved ones, we ask that you consider leaving a gift to ChildFund Australia in your will.

There are many practical issues to consider when writing a will, and we advise you to seek professional legal and financial advice. To make things a little bit easier, ChildFund Australia has created a Guide to Wills and Bequests - download your copy.

A gift left in your will can continue the sponsorship of your child for future years, or be earmarked for general purposes, which means that the project or situation that is most in need will receive your funding.

Need more information? Contact our Gifts in Wills Officer, Janet Cameron, on (02) 8281 3104 or fill out the form below to send her your enquiry.

If you have already included ChildFund Australia in your will, we would be grateful if you inform us so we can thank you and celebrate your amazing contribution to eliminating poverty. Email us on info@childfund.org.au or call 1800 023 600. 

Without gifts in wills, we would struggle to continue our work. That’s why, alongside over 140 other Australian charities, we've joined the Include a Charity campaign which encourages Australians to consider including a gift in their will to their favourite charity.

 

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