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Will Bequests to Autism SA
By leaving a gift to Autism SA in your Will, you can continue to support individuals on the autism spectrum to live the life they choose in an inclusive society.
Leaving a gift for Autism SA in your Will is investing in the future of our organisation, and helps Autism SA to provide supports and services for individuals on the autism spectrum and their networks.
You do not need to be wealthy to bequeath a gift to Autism SA — any contribution that you can make will help to support our work and community in a lasting and meaningful way.
How to make a bequest in your Will to Autism SA
Making a gift to Autism SA through a bequest in your Will can take a variety of forms:
- It can be a specific sum of money
- You can bequeath a percentage of your estate, or any remaining part of your estate after bequests have been made to family, friends and other organisations (a residuary bequest)
- You can bequeath a particular asset, in the form of property, shares, works of art, jewelry, etc. or
- You might like to consider giving items that can be used for fundraising.
Any contribution that you can make will help to support our work and community in a lasting and meaningful way.
Setting up a charity Will
If you are considering leaving a bequest to Autism SA but you do not yet have a will, there are organisations that can advise you on the process, such as Charity Wills Australia or Australian Executor Trustees (telephone 1800 882 218).
We would always recommend seeking legal advice regarding any tax implications for your estate before making a bequest to Autism SA in your Will. In addition, you should ideally discuss your decision with family members and friends so that they understand why you have chosen to support Autism SA in this way.
In Memoriam Donations to Autism SA
An in memoriam donation is a special gift made to a charity in memory of a loved one. Autism SA greatly appreciates the support of families and individuals who take the time to think of the organisation at an unhappy time.
If you are considering making an in memoriam donation in memory of a family member, friend or colleague, we are happy to arrange special donation envelopes that you can use.
Find out more about making a bequest to Autism SA
If you would like to find out more about making a bequest to Autism SA in your Will, please contact My Pathways via email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1300 288 476, or send fill out an enquiry form.