The Gift of Giving
After giving her time as a volunteer for over 20 years, Sue Hardiman is ensuring her legacy lives on by leaving a gift for Very Special Kids in her Will.
“I recognise how fortunate I’ve been in life, and I want to share that good fortune with others”, says Sue.
As a dedicated volunteer, no job is too big or small for Sue.
“Volunteering is a very important and happy part of my life. It’s not just the volunteering that gives you pleasure, it’s all the things that come with it – the laughs, the people I have met and the friendships I have made” says Sue.
By leaving a gift in her Will, Sue is ensuring that Very Special Kids will be there, beyond her lifetime, to continue improving quality of life for children with life-limiting conditions and their families.
“I am a great believer that people should give back and when you make a Will, you leave it to the people who can benefit. In the future I know that my gift will support a family who needs respite, emotional support, counselling and care and that is satisfying to think I can help provide that” says Sue.
Making a bequest in your Will can make a long-lasting contribution, as it improves Very Special Kids’ ability to plan services and programs in advance leading to greater financial stability. Most importantly, gifts in Wills help ensure Very Special Kids will be around long into the future, supporting more children and their families.
For more information about leaving a gift in your Will, please get in touch with Jane Dinn, Private Giving Lead by phone 0409 886 166 or email email@example.com.
Categories: Fundraising News, Very Special Kids News, Volunteer News