How to make a bequest in your will
A bequest in your Will, can leave a tangible legacy for future generations which will enable The Wesley Hospital to continue to meet the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of our patients.
Although many of us don't like to think about it, we should all have a Will. In the absence of one, your affairs will be handled by a court-appointed administrator, who will have no idea how you wanted your estate to be handled.
Making your Will
Having a Will drawn up is a relatively simple procedure and should include the following steps:
- First, seek expert advice - the safest way to make a will is to use a solicitor
- List your assets
- Decide who you wish to benefit from your estate
- Make sure you are satisfied that the Will reflects your wishes
- Keep your Will in a safe place
- Review your Will regularly.
To support The Wesley Hospital in your Will
If you wish to support The Wesley Hospital's work in the community by remembering it in your Will, may we make the following suggestion:
The following generalised wording should be used:
'to THE UNITING CHURCH IN AUSTRALIA PROPERTY TRUST (Q) for the general purposes of THE WESLEY HOSPITAL, Auchenflower with the Queensland Synod of The Uniting Church in Australia, the receipt of the Secretary for the time being of the said Synod to be a sufficient discharge to my Trustees'.
With thousands of people each year using the services of the Wesley, your bequest will go to help many people in many different ways.
For more information on how you can support the work of The Wesley Hospital, please contact: