Have you ever wanted to make a lasting gift for a cause or charity but haven't known how? Perhaps you've wanted to make sure your family name or that of a loved one is remembered for years to come, or perhaps you want to assist your community in some way.
GreaterGood is the answer. You can leave money or assets in your will by establishing a sub-fund, or nominate a preferred charity which has an established sub-fund within GreaterGood.
Ask your solicitor or accountant to contact the Public Trustee and Guardian (PTG) or GreaterGood to obtain the appropriate wording to be included in your will on how to establish a sub-fund, or to give to charity through GreaterGood.
Ways to donate
Make a donation to a GreaterGood fund
GreaterGood now offers the community the ability to make tax-deductible donations to select funds established under GreaterGood through an online form.
Create your own fund
Become a philanthropist and create your own fund.
Make a bequest through your Will
Including a charitable bequest in your will is a simple way to make a lasting gift to your community. When you create a charitable fund under your Will, you have the opportunity to benefit the community forever with a permanent endowment.
Workplace giving is where employees make donations to a charity from their pre-tax pay. It's a simple and effective way to make the world a better place. Many organisations boost the effect of their staff's donations through in-kind giving.