A bequest is a generous way for you to make a lasting contribution for the benefit of future scholars.
Your gift can changes lives
For decades AVCAT has been empowering disadvantaged young people with an
educational pathway to achieve their potential and build a better life.
It is not just the financial support that helps our scholars achieve their goals. They often tell us knowing AVCAT and supporters like you, care about them personally, as well as their education, gives them enormous confidence and strength to keep persisting when times are tough.
AVCAT scholars are determined to succeed and with your help, they can.
Important things to consider
Include your family and loved ones first. Decide on how you wish to distribute your assets, decide who will be the executor of your estate and consider your funeral arrangements.
Three ways to leave a gift in your will
Itemise a special gift of cash or assets
You can specify a certain amount of cash to be given to AVCAT. You could also itemise specific gifts such as real estate, life insurance, stocks or bonds as part of this method.
Nominate a percentage
Nominate a specific percentage of your entire estate, or specific asset such as your share portfolio, to be given to AVCAT.
Nominate the residual value
After providing for your loved ones, the residual value or any specific asset of your estate can be nominated and given as a gift to AVCAT.