Plunket has been caring for generations of New Zealanders since 1907. Just like our parents and grandparents, every coming generation of New Zealander will depend on love, care and support.
Every year, we are grateful for the humbling generosity of New Zealanders who make gifts to Plunket through their will. We thank and honour these individuals and families.
You may have a preference for the way your bequest to Plunket will be used such as making a gift in memory of a particular person. Or you may want to specify how the money is used. We are very happy to discuss your ideas so we can help you find practical ways to achieve your wishes.
We recommend that if you wish to make a bequest to Plunket, you discuss it with your solicitor. Public Trust also helps with the preparation of wills.
You don’t have to tell us if you have made, or intend to make, a bequest to the Plunket in your will. But if you want to tell us, we’d be happy to hear from you. We can then thank and acknowledge you, and keep you informed about what Plunket is doing.
All information received by the Plunket will be treated in the strictest confidence and we will respect your wishes if you choose to remain anonymous.
Please email us if you would like to discuss leaving a bequest to Plunket or require further information .