We believe that no child should die of diabetes and a gift in your Will would help us work towards this.
Bequests allow us to provide more support, creating a new future for more children living with type 1 diabetes in less-resourced countries.
Leaving a gift can take a number of forms:
- the residue of the estate
- a percentage of the estate
- a specific amount of money
- a life insurance or superannuation policy
- assets such as shares, property, works of art, jewellery
- an investment in perpetuity
If you intend to leave a gift to the International Diabetes Federation Life for a Child Programme in your Will, or if you have already included us, we would really like to know so we can thank you personally. Informing us allows us to better plan for the future. Please be assured all information will be held in strict confidence and if you prefer to remain anonymous, we will respect your privacy.
If your client chooses to leave a bequest to IDF Life for a Child you can use our suggested Will wording, below. For more information please contact us.
“I give, free of all duties and taxes *____ to the International Diabetes Federation Life for a Child Program**. An authorised receipt from Life for a Child will be a sufficient discharge for the executor(s) or trustee.”
“The whole (or …%) of the residue of my estate”.
“The whole (or … %) of my estate”.
“The sum of $ (amount)”.
(Details of a particular asset — such as shares or property).
For Australia - “managed by Diabetes NSW & ACT, ABN 33295568110, 26 Arundel St., Glebe NSW 2037’’
For USA - “managed by IDF Life for a Child (USA) Inc. EIN 47-4901579, 2304 Trescott Dr, Tallahassee FL 32317”
For other countries - “managed by International Diabetes Federation, 166 Chaussee de La Hulpe
B-1170 Brussels, Belgium”.
If you are an Executor of a Will that includes IDF Life for a Child, please contact us for more information.
Information for Individuals, Solicitors and Executors can be found below. For more information on making a bequest or just to have a chat please contact us, you might be surprised to hear what a small percentage of your estate can achieve.