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If you worry about the kind of world you might leave behind, a gift in your will can ensure vulnerable children are protected. 

Including vulnerable children in your will is simple, and the process is the same as providing for your loved ones. 

Fill in your home address and we'll send you a copy of our guide which provides further information about the impact of your gift and addresses our most frequently asked questions. 

Give a Better Future to Vulnerable Children

Alice lives in Liberia, she was born in a Save the Children medical centre and is named after the midwife who delivered her. The medical centre meant Alice's mum could give birth safely, giving Alice the chance to make it to her 5th birthday.

For over 100 years we have been working to give children a brighter future but we are only able to do this because of generous people like you. By leaving a gift in your will you'll be giving children a better life, here in New Zealand and around the world.

LEAVE A GIFT IN YOUR WILL

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I believe that the future of the world rests with children. In the years to come, I know that Save the Children will use my bequest to help children in need of care, protection, and education.

LYNNE CHARTERS - NURSE, MOTHER, GRANDMOTHER, ON WHY SHE CHOSE TO LEAVE A GIFT IN HER WILL.  

Your Bequest Will Help Children Like Alice

How to Leave a Gift in Your Will

 “I give and bequeath to Save the Children New Zealand ___ (insert here  % of residuary estate, or a sum of money, or a description of property or assets) for general purposes. A receipt given on behalf of Save the Children New Zealand will be a complete discharge to my trustees for the bequest”. 

Our free Guide to Gifts in Wills covers important points to consider when preparing your will, including wording. We recommend that you consult your lawyer or legal advisor to ensure that your will is worded correctly and witnessed and signed properly. They may find the following wording helpful:

To have a confidential conversation about leaving a gift in your will, please contact: Diana Meads on 04 381 7577.

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