Bequest to the Tasmania Police Charity Trust

You may be considering making the Tasmania Police Charity Trust a beneficiary in your Will. To assist you in making this decision, it may be helpful to consider the many benefits associated with making such a bequest.

  • Stipulating your charitable donation provides clear direction to your Executors. Examples of applicable wording appear below.
  • A bequest to the Tasmania Police Charity Trust will benefit many disadvantaged members in the community – from children to adults. Your bequest will therefore assist the broad community and will not be restricted to a particular cause.
  • 100% of the funds from your bequest will be redistributed back to the community. There are no administrative fees that reduce your bequest.
  • Making a charitable donation in this way may minimise estate taxes.
  • The Charity Trust has tax deductible gift recipient status, has a legally formed Constitution and financial management policies in place, and a dedicated Board who oversee the many projects undertaken.

Thank you for considering the Tasmania Police Charity Trust as a beneficiary in your Will. We welcome any bequests large or small, and you can be assured that your bequest will make a difference.

Examples of Bequests to the Tasmania Police Charity Trust

  1. I bequeath to the Tasmania Police Charity Trust (A.B.N. 98 261 286 544), registered office 47 Liverpool Street, Hobart, Tasmania, the sum of $…. for its general purposes. I direct that the receipt of the public officer or other proper person for the time being of this Trust shall be a full and sufficient discharge to my trustee.
  2. I bequeath to the Tasmania Police Charity Trust (A.B.N. 98 261 286 544), registered office 47 Liverpool Street, Hobart, Tasmania, the residue of my estate for its general purposes and I direct that the receipt of the public officer or other proper person of this Trust shall be a full and sufficient discharge to my trustee.
  3. I bequeath to the Tasmania Police Charity Trust (A.B.N. 98 261 286 544), registered office 47 Liverpool Street, Hobart, Tasmania, …% of the residue of my estate for its general purposes and I direct that the receipt of the public officer or other proper person of the Trust shall be a full and sufficient discharge to my trustee.

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