Why leave a bequest to Vietnam Foundation?
A bequest to Vietnam Foundation is one of the most powerful and enduring ways you can leave behind your legacy to help the poor and disadvantaged people and communities in Vietnam.
How to leave a bequest to Vietnam Foundation
If you already have a Will but would like to leave a gift to Vietnam Foundation, you can update your Will by a simple addition to your existing Will. Please discuss this with your Solicitor if necessary.
If you do not yet have a Will, you can simply include a bequest to Vietnam Foundation when you write your new Will.
Depending on your circumstances, you can make your bequest to Vietnam Foundation in one of the following ways:
- Residuary Bequest: Your bequest to Vietnam Foundation will be a gift of what remains after you have made provisions for your loved ones, or
- Percentage Gift: Your bequest to Vietnam Foundation will be a percentage of your estate or of the residue of your estate, or
- Pecuniary Bequest or Specific Sum: Your bequest to Vietnam Foundation will be a fixed sum of money.
You may use the following suggested wording when writing or updating your Will to include a bequest to Vietnam Foundation:
“I give and bequeath to:
Vietnam Foundation Ltd, a Company limited by guarantee,
ABN 60 071 999 838.
Registered Charity Number CFN 15347
137 Lancelot St,
Blacktown, NSW 2148, Australia
- the residue, or
- xx percent of my whole estate, or
- xx percent of the residue, or
- the specific sum of $xxxxx
to be used for its general purposes.”
Please let your family and loved ones know that leaving a gift to Vietnam Foundation is important to you, and advise any executors and guardians of your wishes.
Please also let us know once you have left a gift in your Will to Vietnam Foundation, by writing to us at: email@example.com