Wills & Bequests
Creating a Legacy
Thank you for joining other African Enterprise supporters in deciding to make a lasting difference to people in Africa by leaving a gift in your Will. For over 50 years, the team of African enterprises have been sharing the love of Christ in word and deed throughout the Continent.
We know that deciding to leave a gift is an important decision and the team at African Enterprise Australasia are there to assist you. As you know, there some wonderful ways that God is working through African Enterprise. We invite you to nominate the area of the African Enterprise Ministry that you wish to support:
* Skills programs for Vulnerable Women
* Pastor Theology Courses
* Slum Sanitation Projects
* HIV/AIDS Education and Support
* Foxfire Youth Program
With a brief appointment with your Lawyer (after talking with your family), we recommend that you use the following wording either in your will or as a codicil (like a ps to your existing will).
I give [my estate] or [portion/the residue of my estate] or [the sum of $____] to the African Enterprise Ltd. (abn 88 001 563 417). I express the wish without creating a binding trust that the funds be used and applied for the purposes of ………………. or if the purpose no longer exists then for a similar purpose at the discretion of the African Enterprise Ltd. I declare that the receipt of the authorised officer of the African Enterprise Ltd. for the gift shall be sufficient discharge to my trustees.
We would also encourage you to talk to us about any questions that you may have, about endowing your gift or the area of the African Enterprise Ministry that you wish to support. It is important that we work with you to help your vision become reality.
If you would like to receive more information on leaving a gift in your Will, than we invite you to call the Australian Office on (02) 9889 1799 or by email at email@example.com.
Thank you for making this generous contribution to future African Generations.
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