Making a gift in your Will is a very personal decision and we appreciate every gift.
Through bequests, we can make the long-term commitment necessary to fund ongoing support services for people from all walks of life, including older people, people with a disability, children, families and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, and to ensure that this will continue well into the future.
You are welcome to leave a gift in your Will for UnitingCare Queensland. Please see below for the recommended wording.
Through our partnership with Safewill, an online Will writing platform, we have made the process of writing your Will quicker and easier.
Writing a Will is one of the most important things you can do in your life, to protect those you love and care for including your pets.
After you have taken care of your loved ones, would you consider leaving a small portion of what is left of your estate to UnitingCare Queensland to help thousands of people including the elderly, people with a disability, children, families and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders well into the future?
“I give (specify the type of gift) to The Uniting Church in Australia Property Trust (Q.) represented by UnitingCare Queensland (ABN: 45 414 098 573) (“UnitingCare Queensland”) or any successor of it, to be applied for its general purposes. I declare the receipt of an authorised officer of UnitingCare Queensland will be sufficient discharge of the bequest to my Executor / Trustee.”
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Donating In Memory
Giving a gift in memory is a meaningful way to commemorate the life of your loved one and leave a lasting tribute that will support and improve the lives of others.
Donating in memory of a loved one, or asking family and friends to donate in lieu of flowers at a funeral, is a very special way to honour their life.