- A bequest is a gift made in a Will. A bequest can take many forms including a percentage of your estate, a specific amount or an asset such as property or shares.
- A benefit of making a bquest is that all your assets remain at your disposal and under your control during your lifetime.
- The majority of individuals who leave a bequests have modest estates.
- You can make a bequest of any size. There is no minimum or maximum amount.
- You can specify precisely where you want your money to be directed or you can leave this to the discretion of St Mary's.
- You can make sure that your family and friends are the primary beneficiaries of your bequest and still make an impact on the future of St Mary’s with your bequest.
- You can modify your bequest if your circumstances change. Informing St Mary’s about a gift in your will is not binding in any way and you can change your mind at any point. All information is kept in the strictest confidence.
- Everyone who informs us that they have made a bequest is invited to join the Bishop Riley Society.
- Your bequest can remain anonymous.
You can find further information about how to include St Mary's in your will here or please contact Linzey Allinson, Community Relations Manager, on (08) 9341 9120.