Leaving a Bequest
Regardless of your income, wealth or assets, everyone over the age of 18 should make a Will. It will most likely be one of the most important documents you will ever sign and determines how your assets will be distributed. It also provides you with an opportunity to leave a bequest and continue supporting a charitable cause that you regard as important.
Bequests are often referred to as “the gift that never stops giving”. A Bequest is a deeply personal gift which allows you to express your support in the manner you feel most appropriate.
It doesn’t matter how large or small your gift to Coast Shelter is, because every gift makes a difference. And, it makes a difference to homeless and disadvantaged people right here on the Central Coast.
How to leave a Legacy
Thank you for considering making a long-lasting contribution to Coast Shelter. Your legacy will help many families and individuals overcome homelessness and disadvantage in years to come.
For a confidential discussion about leaving Coast Shelter a gift in your will, please do not hesitate to contact our Executive Officer, Laurie Maher, on 4325 3540. Laurie can provide you with further information on how your bequest could be used in Coast Shelter’s programs and arrange a tour of our various services if you wish.