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Leaving a gift in your will

Creative artistic expression is central to our human need for identity and connection to others.
Your bequest will help us ensure artists and arts organisations in professional and community arts sectors, people with physical, sensory or intellectual impairments and people with lived experience of mental illness can continue to experience and have access to art and creativity for generations to come.
With your help, all people in New Zealand, now and in the future can be included in the arts as artists or audience members.

Information on leaving a gift in your Will

A Will, codicil or amendment drawn up by your solicitor is a simple way to include Arts Access Aotearoa in your will.

Some wording to help may be:

"I give and bequeath the sum of $xx (or) xx% of my estate (or) xx, the residue of my estate (or) xx% (description of property or assets) free of all charges to Arts Access Aotearoa, to be used where most needed, and the official receipt from Arts Access Aotearoa will be sufficient acknowledgement of having received this gift."

Please let us know if you have left a gift in your will to Arts Access Aotearoa as this will allow us to thank you for your gift and acknowledge you in your life time. We will always respect your privacy and recognise that your will is personal to you.

If you would like more information or to support a specific project – for a confidential conversation contact Richard Benge, Executive Director

(T: 04 802 4349 or 021 217 1002 E: richard.benge@artsaccess.org.nz).

Thank you for considering Arts Access Aotearoa in your will.

 
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