A charitable bequest is a type of planned giving that provides you with considerable flexibility in supporting our mission well into the future. You have full control of the bequest process and can make changes at any point. You can also specify if you would like to give to AWWA in general or to a specified AWWA programme.
Requests can come in the forms of:
You can specify a sum of cash or percentage of the value of your estate (e.g., money, real estate, stocks and shares, jewellery, paintings). You can also designate AWWA as the second in line to receive all or part of your bequests, should one or more of the primary named beneficiaries predecease you. For example, you might wish to leave $500,000 or 50% of your estate to AWWA. “Estate” is used to describe any money, property or personal belongings owned at the time of one’s death.
Gift of CPF Monies
You can nominate AWWA as a beneficiary of your CPF upon your demise. To find out more, visit CPF Website.
Gift of Insurance Policies
You can designate AWWA as the beneficiary of your insurance policy should it cease to of importance to you or your family’s financial security.
AWWA has legal advisors in our network who can advise you if you are interested in making bequests. If you plan to make a Bequest to AWWA, kindly contact us at 6511 7394 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.