What better gift can you give to future generations than leaving a bequest to Baptcare in your Will? A bequest will touch the hearts and souls of countless people in Victoria and Tasmania – young and old.
By supporting Baptcare, in this way, you could make such a difference to:
Youth in crisis
Families who may need a listening ear or more tangible support
, living lawfully in the community, who face isolation and depression
People who may be facing financial hardship and unable to afford housing
People looking for spiritual comfort, companionship, emotional healing and guidance, particularly during times of distress, loss and grief.
Touching the future of children in foster care
By leaving a bequest in their Wills, the late Mary Alison Western (a teacher who loved children and wanted to help those in foster care) and the late Violet Grace Lake, have improved the lives of children in foster and kinship care. Read more about how their bequests have helped children.
People make a difference
If you have not already made a Will, for whatever reason, perhaps it is time to take action for the sake of your loved ones and your own peace of mind. After making adequate provision for your family and friends, you may wish to include one or more worthy causes, like Baptcare, in your Will.
If you decide to become a bequestor you can join our ‘Circle of Friends’ Club, which is a very special group composed of people who have told us they plan to leave a bequest to Baptcare in their Will.