If you want to support the ongoing work of The Holocaust Centre of New Zealand - ensuring that the lessons of The Holocaust and the testimonies of Holocaust survivors are maintained for future generations - you can practically do so by including a bequest in your Will.
Making a Bequest to HCNZ
Bequests generally take one of three forms:
General Purpose Bequest to support our general operational activities
Specific Purpose Gift (e.g. support for a particular program or activity)
Gift in perpetuity administered by HCNZ.
It is essential that you discuss making a bequest with your legal representative to determine the form of bequest which best reflects your intentions and priorities. In your Will, you may nominate HCNZ as a beneficiary, or part-beneficiary, in the following ways:
Allocate a specific amount, or a percentage of your Will, to HCNZ
Allocate property such as a house or land to HCNZ
Allocate specific items, money, shares etc to HCNZ
Nominate HCNZ as a beneficiary in your insurance policy
Establish a trust fund where interest earned is donated to HCNZ
Designate 'all the rest' and/or the 'residue of the estate' to HCNZ.
If you are considering making a bequest to HCNZ, please contact:
Administration Manager via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (04) 801 9480. Bequests made to HCNZ are recognised under “Donors and Supporters” in our Annual Review.
80 Webb Street, Te Aro Wellington, 6011 New Zealand 04 801 9480 email@example.com