How to make a bequest
There can be many ways of supporting St Luke’s Combined Hospices and one of them is through bequests. By definition, a bequest is a gift of personal property (money, a house, etc.) that is made through a Will.
Bequests can take several forms such as:
- Specific bequest – A gift of a designated or specific items in the Will. These will best be utilised within the palliative care framework of St Luke’s Combined Hospices.
- General bequest – A gift of a fixed or stated sum of money designated in a donor’s Will to go towards palliative care services.
- Percentage bequest – a reoccurring stated percentage of the donor’s estate to also go towards palliative care services.
- Residual bequest – all or a portion of what remains of the estate after specific and general bequests are distributed.
Should you wish to make a bequest towards the work of St Luke’s Combined Hospices, kindly contact our CEO Ronita Mahilall on firstname.lastname@example.org or our Corporate Affairs Coordinator Linda Harris on email@example.com alternatively call us on 021 797 5335.