Gifts in wills are important to Brightwater.
But we also know they are important to you.
Leaving a Gift in your Will is a powerful way to say thank you, and we all have a deep need to do that.
Brightwater gratefully accepts these heartfelt gifts on behalf of our current and future clients and residents who are carving out a fulfilling life as they age, or learning to cope with new challenges like dementia, Acquired Brain Injury and Huntington’s Disease.
Life’s possibilities -
100 per cent of your donation helps clients and residents of all ages enjoy a better quality of life by experiencing some of the possibilities – big and small - we take for granted.
Like fish and chips at the beach, a chance to reduce isolation by reuniting with family who live far away, plants and tools to create a simple garden, equipment to make daily life more comfortable or just being able to give that special someone a bunch of flowers or take them out to dinner and a movie.
Your gift also helps us incorporate research and new technology into the design and delivery of services that better meet customer needs.
Future funds –
This fund holds revenue that has not been committed to a specific purpose but supports initiatives around service innovation, development and investment.
What will your legacy be?
Talking about your Last Will and Testament is not easy, so it’s a rare conversation.
After all, a Will contains your final legal instructions, fully revealed only after you are gone, when much sadness remains.
But a Will is something you dedicate much thought to; what legacy and role-model will you leave? What will your final impact be?
For most, it involves remembering children and other family members. For many it also means leaving a bequest, or monetary Gift, to honour and support a special cause - to ‘pay it forward’.
If saying thanks by helping improve the quality of life of Brightwater clients and residents as a Gift in your Will means a lot to you, we understand why.
From the bottom of all our Brightwater hearts, we are deeply grateful for your thoughtfulness.
If you have any questions please contact Jenni Dakic on 9202 2820 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org