Your Catholic faith is woven through the many milestones in your life, providing guidance, hope and strength. When you confirm a gift in your Will, you become an Eternal Guardian of your faith, and your legacy of gratitude for the blessings you have received in your lifetime, creates a ripple effect that impacts ministry and mission far into the future.
Your Will is an important legal document and it provides an opportunity for you to recognise loved-ones and to reflect the values closest to your heart: family, community, faith and charity.
Making a gift of any size through your Will can support the future of the Church and the faith of generations to come.
Recommended Will wording
When you decide to remember the Church in your Will, it is important to use our recommended wording so that your gift will be clearly directed to the beneficiaries of your choice. These may include the Archdiocese of Brisbane, our four ministries, the good works of the Church or a parish.
Recommended wording for a general gift to the Archdiocese of Brisbane
“I give (amount/percentage of my estate/asset/item) to The Corporation of the Trustees of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane for general charitable, religious and educational purposes.”
Recommended wording for a perpetual gift to the Archdiocese of Brisbane Endowment
“I give (amount/percentage of my estate/asset/item) to The Corporation of the Trustees of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane for general charitable, religious and educational purposes of the Archdiocese of Brisbane General Endowment Fund.”
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