Your Will is an important legal document. It recognises loved-ones and reflects the values and causes closest to your heart; family, church, community and charity.
A gift made through your Will is often given from the proceeds of a lifetime of work and treated with great respect by the Archdiocese of Brisbane.
Your Catholic faith is woven through the many milestones in your life providing guidance, hope and strength. Making a gift of any size through your Will can support the mission of your parish, the Catholic Church and the faith of future generations.
When you confirm a gift in your Will, you become an Eternal Guardian of your faith and your legacy of gratitude creates a ripple effect that impacts ministry and mission far and wide. As a token of our gratitude, you will be invited to receive a special blessing from the Archbishop of Brisbane at a Thanksgiving Mass and you will be presented with a Certificate of Appreciation and a special lapel pin.
When considering a gift in your Will, reflect on what is important to you and consider the special moments and people in your life and how you would like to share your assets and gifts.
Should you decide to include a gift in your Will to secure the future of your Catholic faith, it is important to use the recommended Gifts in Will clauses for your gift to be clearly directed to the Archdiocese of Brisbane, a parish or the good works of the Church.
“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.”
– St Teresa of Kolkata