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How To Remember Save The Children In Your Will 

While a gift in your Will to Save the Children has a life changing impact for children, it’s surprisingly easy to do. 

Once you’ve taken care of your family and loved ones, you have a powerful opportunity to extend your legacy so that your values can live on and have a positive impact on children around the world. 

If you do decide to include Save the Children in your Will, there are different types of gifts you can consider: 

  • A ‘residuary gift’ is a percentage of the residue of your estate once your other wishes have been carried out. 
  • A ‘specific gift’ is a fixed dollar amount.
  • A ‘specific asset’ is a possession or an item (eg. shares). 

When you’re ready to leave a gift in your Will to Save the Children, here is our suggested wording: 

I give to Save the Children Australia (ABN 99 008 610 035) of 33 Lincoln Square South, Carlton, Victoria, a gift of (insert your choice of either a specific amount or a % figure of your residuary estate) for its general purposes. 

If you would like further information or a friendly discussion about supporting Save the Children though your Will, you can reach Dee, our Supporter Relationships Manager directly. Contact Dee on 03 7002 1638 or email

There is absolutely no obligation to tell us if you choose to include Save the Children in your Will. However, by sharing your intentions, we can make sure we only contact you with information that is helpful and relevant to your circumstances. We’d also like the chance to say “Thank you!” 

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