You can help ensure that the Butterfly Foundation will be here for future generations with a gift in your will.
The Value of Legal Advice
When you make a will or update your existing one, it is advisable that you obtain independent legal advice to ensure you achieve all you desire for your family and others through your will.
Your bequest will help Butterfly continue to deliver its essential programs and services.
How to Make a Bequest to Butterfly
A clause in your will leaving a bequest to Butterfly can be written as follows:
“I give to Butterfly Foundation ABN 42 102 193 582 for its general purposes the sum of $<insert the relevant amount>, from all duties, deductions and charges. The receipt of an authorised officer for the time being of Butterfly Foundation shall constitute a full and sufficient discharge of my executor’s duties”
“I direct that <insert percentage>% of my residuary estate to be given to Butterfly Foundation ABN 42 102 193 582 for its general purposes. The receipt of an authorised officer for the time being of Butterfly Foundation shall constitute a full and sufficient discharge of my executor’s duties”
We would like to thank you for and acknowledge your bequest and will keep you informed on the progress that Butterfly is making. All information received by Butterfly is treated in the strictest confidence and we will respect your wishes if you choose to remain anonymous.
To make a Bequest to Butterfly in your will please contact Butterfly's National Manager Fundraising, email@example.com
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