What is a gift in Will?
It is simply a gift made under a Will, also known as a bequest.
Leaving a gift has enduring impact: Trinity Grammar School gratefully acknowledges generous benefactors who, during their lifetime, have advised of their intention to include Trinity in their Will.
Gifts in Wills have played an important role in the history of the school and we are deeply grateful to each benefactor.
Why leave a gift in your Will?
Trinity Grammar has provided young men from diverse backgrounds with an education characterised by justice, faith, community, hard work and excellence. Generations of boys have grown to become men whose lives, values and characters have been shaped by the staff, facilities and opportunities here at the School. For many Old Boys and for families and friends , a gift in your Will is the easiest way to make a lasting impact on the school; supporting the education of young men who are yet to come. It is a continued investment in the future.
By leaving a gift in your Will you can change the future. We gratefully acknowledge the generous benefactors and we recognise the affection and appreciation for what Trinity Grammar has brought to them in their lifetime.
Advising the School of your bequest enables us to thank you and keep you updated on the most current developments at the School. It also helps the School in its planning for the future.
How do I Leave a Gift in my Will?
The School is not authorised to provide legal advice. Once you have made your Will, it is important to review it every few years or as circumstances change. We recommend you seek professional advice from a qualified legal adviser to ensure your wishes are recorded in a legally binding manner.
What if I already have a Will?
If you have an up to date will, you can add a codicil to include the a gift to Trinity Grammar School a simple and inexpensive procedure.
For more information please contact our Director of Development, Peter Wilson, on 02 9581 6140 or firstname.lastname@example.org