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Last Will and Testament Beneficiary

Last Will and Testament Beneficiary
Last Will and Testament Beneficiary:
Pay it forward in your will – make Woodrock a beneficiary
A bequest through your will or living trust will continue your support of Woodrock Animal Rescue as an important legacy in animal welfare; please remember us when you draw yours up; A charitable bequest is an excellent way to create a lasting memorial.
Should you wish to remember Woodrock Animal Rescue in your Will, you might wish to take the following wording suggestions for a residuary bequest or a pecuniary bequest to your attorney. They will ensure that your wishes are accurately followed:
Residuary bequest (a proportion)
(a) I bequeath (X%) of the residue of my estate which I can dispose of by Will in any manner I think proper, to Woodrock Animal Rescue, Non Profit Organisation Registration Number: 103-156 NPO, of Plot 51, R511, Hennops River Valley, Hennops River, Pretoria Rural, 0157 and
(b) the issuing of a receipt by an authorised Office Bearer of Woodrock Animal Rescue on behalf of Woodrock Animal Rescue, shall be a complete discharge to my Executors for the bequest.
Pecuniary bequest (a set sum)
(a) I bequeath the sum of (XX Rand) to Woodrock Animal Rescue, Non Profit Organisation Registration Number: 103-156 NPO, of Plot 51, R511, Hennops River Valley, Hennops River, Pretoria Rural, 0157 and
(b) the issuing of a receipt by an authorised Office Bearer of Woodrock Animal Rescue on behalf of Woodrock Animal Rescue, shall be a complete discharge to my Executors for the bequest.
Important
• It is important to ensure that the following clause is inserted, whichever wording you need to use:
• If at my death any charity named as a beneficiary in this Will or any Codicil hereto has changed its name or amalgamated with or transferred its assets to another body, then my Executors shall give effect to any bequest made to such charity as if it had been made (in the first case) to the body in its changed name.