Leaving A Legacy for South Australian Women and Children
Making a charitable bequest to Women’s Safety Services SA Is an enduring gift that can help change the lives of women and children affected by domestic and family violence. Through your bequest, you can help to continue our work to improve the lives of others, and in our fight against gendered abuse.
Consider the future of Women’s Safety Services SA
Women’s Safety Services SA and its predecessors and associated services have provided support such as accommodation, including crisis accommodation, counselling, financial assistance and oureach services to South Australian women and children for over four decades.
The support we receive helps us provide the best service we possibly can. Bequests are one our most most meaningful forms of support that can be given to us, as they reflect the character and passion of the person who has made the bequest.
What is a bequest?
A bequest is a legal gift of personal property, such as money or personal items of value, that are given by will after a person has passed away. Once you have looked after your family and loved ones, you may wish to consider making a gift to Women’s Safety Services SA.
How to make a charitable bequest in Australia
If you would like to make a charitable bequest to Women’s Safety Services SA in your will, you will need to speak to your lawyer about making provision in your will. Your will ensures that your estate is divided in the way you intended, and can help ensure that your core values live on after you have passed away. Your lawyer can help make sure your family honour your wishes. However, you should also talk to your family about your wishes, to help them understand that your bequest is important to you.
Want more information?
Contact our Fundraising Coordinator by filling out the form below, or call us on 08 8152 9200.
Already left a bequest?
To help us better understand your wishes, we would be grateful if you could complete the following form.