A “bequest”, or gift in your Will, can make a real difference to individuals who are living with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and to their families.
Your gift can be as big or small as you would like it to be and it should not cause financial difficulties for the beneficiaries of your Will.
To ensure this, you can leave what is known as a “Residuary Bequest”, one which ensures that once all other gifts, taxes and debts have been fulfilled, an amount is left to the charity of your choosing. This ensures that you have peace of mind knowing your loved ones are looked after.
Other types of bequest are a “Pecuniary Bequest”, which is a set dollar amount determined by you when you make or change your Will. A “Specific Bequest” is an item of specific value to be passed on to the charity.
For details about bequests and how to put one in place, see the Information Sheet below.
Thank you for considering leaving a bequest.