Your Legacy could make a lasting impact to Someone’s Life:
We respectively request that after you have made provision for your loved ones in your Will – we ask you to consider adding a deserving learner or student as a beneficiary.
Leaving a legacy with the goal of giving a young person the chance of a better future will give you the opportunity to make a lasting impact and a practical difference to the next generation.
Bequests of money and possessions such as a motor vehicle, real estate, antiques, jewellery and artworks can all be put to great use in helping to educate our youth – as can a percentage of your estate, the residue [what’s left after all your other beneficiaries have received their share] or the proceeds of a Life Assurance Policy.
Charitable bequests are tax deductible and may lead to a reduction in estate duty. Please talk to your financial advisor about the legal aspects of making a bequest to Rara Avis, or contact us for more information.
If you already have a Will and would like to add a bequest to Rara Avis, this may be done by means of a simple codicil.
Although your Will is a private matter, if you have already made a bequest to Rara Avis, we would really appreciate you letting us know – so we may thank you for your generosity and help you plan how your gift will be used. If the bequest is a substantial one, there may be an opportunity for public acknowledgement at our Education centre.
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