Leave a lasting legacy for your community
Each of us finds different ways to make our mark on the world. One way of doing this is by making a Bequest.
A Bequest is a gift left in a Will. When you make a Bequest, you are leaving a legacy to support an organisation whose work you believe in. A bequest to Little Haven Palliative Care will support our in the home palliative nursing care and bereavement support far into the future.
Your bequest to Little Haven will directly help the terminally ill and their loved ones in our community. All money received goes directly into this community for our in the home nursing service – on call 24 hours a day / 7 days a week, supply of specialised equipment, spiritual care and bereavement support for the patient and their loved ones. All our services are offered FREE of charge to our patients.
If you intend to make a Bequest or wish to learn more about what your gift can achieve, you can:
- Ask your solicitor for advice on the legal requirements of updating your will
- Arrange for a Little Haven representative to contact you to discuss your bequest.
- Contact the Little Haven Office on 5482 9091 to let us know if we can help in other ways, or if you have any other questions regarding bequests.
If you are planning to leave a gift to Little Haven in your will, please let us know so we can thank you and acknowledge you on behalf of the many lives you will change.
Making a Bequest to Little Haven
Arranging a Bequest to Little Haven is very simple.
- Nominating a particular amount of money or property.
- Nominating a percentage of your estate.
- Nominating the residue of your estate after providing for family or friends.
To make sure your wishes are fulfilled we suggest you use the following wording:
‘I give and bequeath to Little Haven Cooloola / Sunshine Coast Palliative Care Inc. the sum of $……. for the purpose of providing the service of community based palliative care and bereavement support and I declare that the receipt of the Little Haven Business Manager of (14 Henry Street, Gympie 4570) for the time being shall be good and sufficient discharge to my Trustees for this bequest and I declare that in making this bequest I have a general charitable intention.’