YOUR WISH FOR CHILDREN
We believe that childhood should be rich with colour and experiences. It is a sacred time of safety and well-being, and to dream, imagine and discover. However, this is not the reality for some children. In Australia, one in four girls and one in six boys will be abused before they are eighteen years of age.
Our wish for Children, is that they feel safe and supported, and that their voices are heard. Our vision is to create a community that is free from child abuse so that children have the opportunity to grow to their full potential. BUT WE CANNOT DO IT ALONE!
As you think about your wish for children and your plans for the future, we invite you to consider leaving a gift, to the future children and young people of Parkerville in your will.
HOW TO INCLUDE A GIFT TO PARKERVILLE IN YOUR WILL
We encourage you to seek legal advice and to consider your family and loved ones when writing your will.
When it comes to how you would like your donation to be used, the choice is yours. If you would like to discuss the use for your gift, please contact us so that we can help to ensure that your wishes are possible and are implemented. Alternatively, you can choose to leave it to the discretion of Parkerville to direct your gift to where it is needed most.
Whatever area your gift supports, you can be proud knowing that you will be making a lasting contribution towards much needed specialist care and services for children, young people and families.
For more information, including details for Solicitors and Lawyers, Please download our Gift in Wills Information Pack here.
Thank you for considering leaving a gift in your Will to Parkerville Children and Youth Care.
If you would like to have a confidential conversation with someone about the impact of your gift or if you have any questions, please call us.
We want to ensure that we can carry out your wishes so that your gift impacts the future children and young people of Parkerville, just the way you want. All correspondence and information is treated in the strictest confidence, and your decision to make a bequest, will be kept confidential unless you say otherwise.