Leaving a bequest in your will is a powerful choice and one of the easiest ways to assist Kids Cancer Support Group. Your contribution will make a positive difference to the lives of children and families on Ward 3B for years to come.
How to leave a gift in your Will
Leaving a bequest to Kids Cancer Support Group is simple and straightforward. If you are planning to consider Kids Cancer Support Group in your Will we recommend that you contact your legal advisor who can assist with the preparation of your Will and ensure your wishes are met. There are many ways to leave a gift in your Will, the simplest and most common being:
- A percentage: This allows you to ensure your loved ones are looked after as well as giving a gift to Kids Cancer Support Group. This is often regarded as the most flexible way to leave a bequest; as you don’t have to keep altering your Will to adjust the value of your gift to account for inflation, or changes to your circumstances.
- A specific sum: Leaving a fixed amount of money from your estate. It’s important to know this does not allow for changes in your circumstances or inflation and may need to be changed over time.
- The Residue: The Residue is a gift of ultimately whatever remains in your estate after your loved ones have been taken care of.
If you already have a Will
Your Will can easily be amended to include a gift to Kids Cancer Support Group. Your official trustee or legal advisor can advise you on the best way to do this. It may be as simple as adding a statement as an addendum.