GIVING A GIFT IN YOUR WILL

When you leave a gift in your will to Sight For All, you leave a lasting legacy.

A gift to Sight For All is a lasting legacy which assists us in our drive to create a world where everyone can see. Large or small, bequests make an important difference to the lives of others, both here in Australia and in low-income countries across Asia.

Leaving a bequest in your Will is a decision that requires careful planning. We at Sight For All ensure that your bequest meets your wishes and is used effectively.

We cherish your support. Our colleagues cherish your support.

But most of all, the children and adults who benefit from your donation cherish your support. Their lives are dramatically improved by your generosity and foresight.

Leave a gift in your Will

People leave gifts of all sizes and types, with every dollar having the power to help save sight.
Your Will is an important document that must be properly prepared and executed. It does not need to be difficult or expensive. 

We recognise that your first priority when making a Will is to provide for your loved ones. After they have done this, many people choose to leave a gift in their Will to charity.

You should consult with your solicitor, trustee company or the Public Trustee for advice that is right for you and your personal circumstances.

A gift to Sight For All in your Will can take the form of:

  • Residuary Bequest: A gift of the balance of your estate, or a percentage of it, after you’ve made gifts to family and friends.
  • Pecuniary Bequest: A specific amount of money that you decide.
  • Specific Bequest: A specified item such as shares, property, works of art, jewellery and other items of value.

If you need help with preparing your Will, you can prepare a legal online Will via Willed, an Australian based company.

Click on the button below to begin the process and leave a lasting gift for Sight For All.

Frequently Asked Questions

We suggest you seek professional legal advice when writing or updating your Will.

However, here is some suggested wording as a guide:“I bequeath to Sight For All Foundation Fund, ABN 69 964 596 401, for its general purposes, (the residue of my estate) or the sum of (a specified sum), or my (specified items), free of all duties and taxes including, if any CGT, and the receipt of the Secretary or other authorised .

Although Sight For All has achieved a great deal since it started in 2009, it still has a long way to go in the fight against blindness.

By leaving a gift to Sight For All you will ensure that we can continue to achieve our goals well into the future. You can be assured that your gift will make a difference to those who need it the most, helping build a world without avoidable blindness, reducing poverty and saving lives through the prevention of blinding diseases.

If you decide to leave a bequest, we will ensure you receive regular updates on the important work of Sight For All. We will always be here if you wish to discuss your gift or if you decide to change your mind.

Sight For All is made up of a Board of Directors and a small team of staff, ensuring that as a supporter, you are not just another name or number.  You are with us every step of the way on our journey toward a world where everyone can see.

It is your decision. If you decide to leave Sight For All a gift in your Will, we’d love you to let us know so we can show our appreciation and keep you updated on what we are doing to help empower our partner communities through our eye health care projects. All conversations are private and confidential.

We are here to help.

If you would prefer to discuss privately leaving a bequest for Sight For All, please phone our team on 0428 049 888 or email at admin@sightforall.org


For further information download our Bequest Information Booklet.
Bequest Booklet

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