Leave a gift in your Will
"It is because of people like you I will achieve my dreams."
Campbell, 11 years.
We are grateful that you are considering a legacy, or bequest, to support our vital work for people who are blind or have low vision.
We rely heavily on the generosity of New Zealanders like you to fund our services. Legacies are an incredibly important source of funds.
Your legacy will enable us to continue supporting people who are blind or have low vision across New Zealand, helping to fund a wide range of services. Your legacy could help to:
- Add new books to our talking book library.
- Teach people how to learn (or re-learn) basic everyday living skills such as making a coffee or getting dressed.
- Teach people how to use a computer without sight.
- Train puppies to become guide dogs.
If you have already decided on leaving a legacy, making a Will is the only way to ensure your wishes will be met in relation to the distribution of your assets. A Will also helps to avoid confusion over your intentions and gives you peace of mind.
More information on leaving a gift in your Will
If you are ready to write your Will, here is some official wording to help you.
Please also see our frequently asked questions about leaving a legacy.
For further information, please contact our supporter care team on 0800 366 283 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Blind Foundation is part of the Include a Charity Trust.