If you decide to leave a gift in your Will to IFAW, you have many options to choose from.
A percentage of your estate.
Also known as a Residuary Gift and is very popular. The amount is worked out after all bills and taxes have been paid. Even leaving just 1% in your Will to IFAW will have a huge impact on the work we do in the future.
A cash gift.
Also known as a Pecuniary Gift, it is a set sum of money in your Will, and no matter how big or small the amount, it will make a remarkable gift.
You may have an item of value that you wish to leave as a gift in your Will. This can be anything from jewelry, to a car, to stocks and shares you might own. Whatever you choose to leave, we will do our best to maximize the value of that gift so that it will make the biggest impact in your memory.
There are many benefits to having an up to date Will, peace of mind knowing that all your affairs and plans are for the future are taken care being the main one. There are also some specific benefits of this type of gift, a short list of these are below:
- Your gift could provide tax savings.
- This type of gift costs you nothing now.
- You can amend your Will at any time to reflect how your circumstances change.
- You will be remembered as someone who included a legacy to help rescue and protect animals
If you are considering leaving a gift in your Will to IFAW, you’ll need these important points:
- Our legal name: International Fund for Animal Welfare (Australia) Pty Limited
- Our registered address: Suite 302, 418A Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, NSW,2010 ABN 90 002 655 754
I give, devise and bequeath to the International Fund for Animal Welfare, a nonprofit charitable organisation, located at Suite 302, 418A Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010 the sum of $__________ (or a designated portion of the residue of my estate) to be used by IFAW to further its goal to assist and protect the world from cruelty and suffering.
We’re here to help. Get in touch with the IFAW Legacy Team.
If you would like more information on leaving a gift in your Will, please contact: