Making a Will is an important part of planning for the future. After you have provided for loved ones, you may then consider including Therapeutic Dog Services as a beneficiary.
Making a Will is an important part of planning for the future. After you have provided for loved ones, you may then consider including Therapeutic Dog Services Incorporated as a beneficiary.
Many generous people support the important work of Therapeutic Dog Services (Australia) through bequests from their estates. Over the years, these contributions large and small have contributed significantly to our work. By leaving a lasting legacy, your gift enables us to assist people who are of the most disadvantaged in our community to social inclusion, lead independent and fulfilling lives. It is one way of making a positive difference beyond your lifetime. If you have already made a Will, you may like to consider asking your solicitor to add a codicil, which will incorporate your gift to Therapeutic Dog Services Incorporated (Australia)
Let us know so we can thank you
We understand that making a Will is a very personal matter. However, if you do intend making Therapeutic Dog Services Incorporated (Australia) one of your beneficiaries, or already have done so, it would be a great help if you could let us know. As well as being of assistance for our future planning, it gives us an opportunity to acknowledge and recognise your generosity and to discuss your wishes. Any information you give us will, of course, be in the strictest confidence. For further information on making a bequest, in strict confidence, please phone our Bequests and Community Manager on 08 8591 8109 or 0415 132 654.
Suggested wording in your Will
I give the whole/residual/a percentage of my estate / the sum of $______ (select as you feel appropriate) to Therapeutic Dog Services (Australia) (ABN 90 024 628 522) for the training and provision of Therapeutic Dog services and I declare that the receipt of its chief executive officer, treasurer or other authorised officers, shall be a sufficient discharge to my executors.