GIFT IN WILL PROGRAM
Nurturing tomorrow, today
A gift in your will is a wonderful way of sharing your love of music and ensuring that others can enjoy Flinders Quartet into the future. Your gift will make a significant contribution to the quartet and help us to continue providing audiences with exceptional musical experiences.
Leaving a gift to the quartet in your will (a bequest) can take many different forms including:
A specific amount of money
A specific portion of your estate
Assets such as property, shares or works of art
The residual assets of an estate – what is left after other gifts and estate costs have been met
For legal advice, please refer to the Public Trustee in your State or Territory.
THE PURPOSE OF YOUR GIFT
Bequest gifts can be placed in the Endowment Fund to ensure future prosperity, or you might like to support a particular Flinders Quartet activity or project. Please talk with us if you would like help deciding what activity or project you would like to support as part of your gift. We recommend that a non-specific bequest be made to the Endowment Fund, providing the Quartet with the flexibility to respond to priorities that may not have been identified at the time the gift instructions were written. We encourage gifts that focus on capacity building.
WORDING OF GIFTS IN WILLS
Every individual’s circumstances are unique, and it is important that you consult with your professional advisors for advice on wording of your gift.
HOW WILL MY GIFT BE MANAGED?
Your gift will be managed by the Treasurer of the Flinders Quartet Board of Directors, and used according to your wishes.
For more information, or to let us know of your intentions, please contact our Development Manager, Kirsty Hillhouse, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0414 347 335.
Flinders Quartet is deeply grateful to Maggie Dowling, a long-time supporter and friend, and the inaugural donor to our bequest program.