Different ways you can support the Country Education Foundation
Leaving a gift in your will can be done in a number of ways. Bequests can be made for CEF’s general purposes, or to committees for students directly. If you’re unsure about the process, you may like to speak with your solicitor, trustee company or the Public Trustee.
The gift can take the form of:
- 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
Suggested wording for your will
To make the process easier, here’s some suggested wording and our organisational details. You can take this to your solicitor or directly write this into your will if you are managing it yourself.
- I give ________________($ a specific sum of money and/or specific assets or percentage (%) of the residue of my estate; or the residue of my estate) to the following nominated beneficiary:
- Country Education Foundation of Australia Ltd for the general purposes of the Foundation.
- Country Education Foundation of Australia Ltd for the general purposes of the committee of __________________________, which is part of the Country Education Foundation of Australia.
- I declare that the receipt of the secretary, treasurer or other proper officer of the nominated beneficiary will be a full discharge for my trustee who will not be bound to see its application.
The name of the organisation is:
Country Education Foundation of Australia Ltd
ACN 103 889 452
ABN 60 103 889 452
The Country Education Foundation of Australia is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC).
The Foundation is endorsed as a deductible gift recipient (DGR) by the ATO as the organisation is listed by name under the provisions of item 2.2.31 of the table in section 30-25(2) of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (ITAA 1997).