Whether it’s large or small, when everyday people like you leave a gift in your Will, it creates a ripple effect that makes a big difference in the lives of girls, women and their communities in the Asia Pacific region. After providing for the needs of your loved ones, leaving a charitable gift ensures that the legacy you leave behind is compassionate, meaningful and aligned with the values you carried through life.

Leaving a bequest to MSI Asia Pacific will have a positive impact for generations to come. There are several types of bequests you may like to consider.

Residual bequest: after meeting all your personal commitments, you can choose to leave the balance or a proportion of your residual estate.

Percentage bequest: a gift of a specified percentage of your estate.

Pecuniary bequest: a specific amount of money.

Specific bequest: a gift of a specific item such as property or shares.

A printable version of our information brochure and bequest form is available here. If you would like to discuss your bequest or seek advice on wording for your Will, please contact us at bequests@msichoices.org.au

We recommend that you seek qualified legal advice when making a Will or changing an existing Will. If you have already included a gift to us in your Will, please let us know so we can acknowledge your generosity.

Leave a legacy
As there are still over 200 million women worldwide with no access to family planning of any kind, any organisation which provides this basic service gets my support. I have long concluded that MSI provides the best value for each donated dollar, and provides greater long-term uplift in the lives of recipients than giving to other projects.

From 2013 I have been doing a monthly direct debit to MSI Asia Pacific. And they will receive a percentage portion of my estate after I die. I would encourage anyone who has thought through the issues of alleviating poverty to do likewise.
MSI Asia Pacific supporter Hugh

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