A gift in your Will can make a huge difference to the lives of people with disability now and for generations to come.
A bequest in your Will assists us to achieve our goals by having the necessary funds to continue providing and growing a wide range of quality services and promoting choice in order to address the unique needs of the people that we serve.
You may choose to provide Ability WA with one of the following bequests in your Will:
Residual bequest – this is the remainder of your estate after all other bequests and expenses have been deducted.
Pecuniary bequest – this is a gift of a specified amount of money, for example $5,000.
If you would like to make a bequest we recommend you discuss the type of bequest you intend to provide to Ability WA with your family and solicitor prior to finalising your Will. For suggested wording on how to include a bequest in your Will or for further information contact 1300 106 106 or email email@example.com
Information for Solicitors
If you are a solicitor and you have a client who would like to leave a bequest to the Ability WA, please pass on our sincere thanks. We would be happy to speak to you and to your client personally about this. Please contact 1300 106 106 if you have any further questions regarding your client's requirements.
Ability WA has been endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office as a deductible gift recipient and an income tax exempt charitable entity for tax purposes.