FAQs

Q: Why are you encouraging people to leave a gift in their Will?

A: Many people do not have the means to leave a significant gift to charity during their lifetime. A gift in a Will can be made after financial commitments, funeral arrangements and loved ones have been looked after and can enable donors to leave a lasting legacy.

Q: Do I need to leave a large amount to charity in my Will?

A: No, a charitable bequest can be for any amount, large or small, or can be a percentage of your estate or whatever is left after all other commitments have been taken care of.

Q: Why can’t I find my preferred charity on your website?

A: Include a Charity is made up of charities who proactively work together to promote charitable gifts in Wills, and covers a broad spectrum of causes. However, not all charities are supporters of the Include a Charity campaign. If you wish, you may contact your chosen charity directly.

Q: Can you recommend a solicitor so I can organise my Will?

A: Include a Charity cannot recommend a specific solicitor, but we suggest that you contact the Law Society in your state or territory for a referral to an appropriate legal professional in your area.

Q: How does my charity become a supporter of the Include a Charity campaign?

A: Contact us via email or on 1300 889 670 and we will provide further information about joining the campaign.