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Have you thought about what your legacy might be?Leaving a gift in your Will to Sir David Martin Foundation is a very special act of generosity and foresight.

Is this for me?

People leave gifts of all sizes. You don’t have to be wealthy to leave a gift in your Will as every dollar has the power to save young lives. 

Bequests are for people who want to make a positive difference to their community. It honours their memory, and ensures vulnerable young Australians continue to get the support they need.

Bequests can take various forms  

  • The residue of your Estate: after you have looked after your loved ones, you may choose to leave what remains to Sir David Martin Foundation. This is called a residuary bequest.
  • A percentage of your Estate: this option has the advantage of not being affected by inflation. If your estate changes, your bequest remains in proportion with other parts of your Will.
  • A specific Bequest: this option allows you to specify the exact amount or asset you wish to leave to Sir David Martin Foundation in your Will. Our promise to you

We will always respect your privacy, recognise that your family and loved ones will always come first and promise to use your gift carefully and cost effectively.

Your impact

Ten years on, Amy is grateful for the support she received at Mission Australia’s Triple Care Farm. Hear her story:

 

 

 

 

 

How to get started

Anna Martin Beaumont will be happy to hear from you on (02) 9219 2079 or by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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