Leave a Gift in your Will

Leave a Gift in your Will

After you have provided for your loved ones, please consider leaving a gift in your Will to Moving Paws Incorporated.
Each gift makes a difference. Your money will ensure that long into the future, Moving Paws can assist doggies in need.

Ways you can leave a gift in your Will

You can leave a share of your Estate
A good way to help is to leave a proportion, or the whole of what is left in your estate after you have provided for your loved ones. This type of gift (known as a residuary request) is easy to add to an existing Will without interfering with any specific sums you have left to family or friends. It also has the advantage that it will not be eroded in value by inflation over the years. Just 1, 2, 5% or more of your estate can make a difference.

You can leave a fixed sum of money
You may wish to leave us a fixed sum of money (known as a pecuniary bequest). Please remember that this type of gift does not allow for changes in your circumstances or inflation.

You can leave a specific item of value
You may wish to leave us a particular item (known as a specific bequest), which can be sold to support our work. It could be property or an item of value such as real estate, art or a piece of jewellery.

Giving in memory of a loved one

A special way to honour a loved one when they pass away is by offering friends and family the opportunity to make donations to Moving Paws Inc. in lieu of flowers. Your gift will assist the ongoing vet care and rehabilitation of furkids in the care of Moving Paws.

How to organise donations
When arranging the funeral with your Funeral Director, please advise them of your wishes. They can supply donation envelopes that can be available at the service and also advise family and friends unable to attend by placing our details in the funeral notice.
We send a letter of receipt to each person who makes an In Memoriam donation.

If you would like any further information about bequests or In Memoriam donations, please email movingpaws@live.com.au