Make a bequest

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Plunket has been caring for generations of New Zealanders for over 100 years. Children and families thrive on love, care and support and you can help Plunket provide them with vital services for future generations.

Leaving a bequest to Plunket in your Will is a lasting legacy, and your final act of giving will continue to make a meaningful difference for many years to come.

Just like Plunket founder Truby King, our donors are ordinary every day New Zealanders who share a vision to make a difference for future generations. To acknowledge the individuals leaving a bequest the Truby King Society has been formed.

All gifts left through bequests are managed by the Plunket Foundation which is focused on funding large projects. The trustees of this foundation will ensure that your gift is used wisely so you can make the greatest impact on the lives of families in New Zealand.

Making a bequest is a straightforward and easy process. We recommend that if you wish to make a bequest to Plunket, that you discuss this with your solicitor.

The Plunket Foundation Legacy Charter

Bequest ClinicVisitWe will always respect your privacy. We recognize and appreciate that your Will is personal to you.

We understand that loved ones come first, and we encourage you to discuss your intention with them before finalizing your Will.

We will handle whatever gift you leave us with care and respect.

We will connect and keep you updated with the work we do that is made possible with gifts like yours.

At any time in the future you have the absolute right to change your mind about a gift in your Will to The Plunket Foundation.

We promise that we will use your gift wisely and cost effectively so that it has the greatest impact on future generations.

If you are intending to make a bequest, would like to hear more about the Truby King Society or would simply like to speak with someone please email us or phone 021 402 723.

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