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Your Will

Why leave a bequest to The Salvation Army?

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By leaving a bequest to The Salvation Army in your Will, you become a partner in our life changing work, leaving a lasting legacy for the future.

Bequests made to The Salvation Army are primarily used for capital development projects - eg caring for the homeless, assisting families in crisis, providing rehabilitation for those with addictions - and your bequest will offer a gift of hope to future generations of Australians.

We recommend you have your will prepared by a practising legal professional to ensure that your assets will be distributed in accordance with your wishes.

Your Will, Your Family and The Salvation Army

Your Will, Your Family and The Salvation Army
    

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  (24 page booklet, Pdf file, 1 Mb)

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This booklet describes why Wills are important. It includes details on:

  • Making your Will
  • Ensuring your Will is valid
  • Who should prepare your will
  • How do you determine your estate
  • What is an executor
  • Guardianship
  • Providing first for your immediate family
  • How you can leave a bequest to The Salvation Army
  • Suggested Wording for a bequest to The Salvation Army
  • Storage and safe keeping of your Will
  • Amending your Will

 

To receive your simple Will instruction sheet, call the Salvos during business hours on 1800 337 082.