We understand that making a Will is a very personal matter. If you decide to include Support Act in your Will, or have already done so, please let us know. As well as helping us plan for the future, it allows us to acknowledge your support personally and to discuss your wishes. Any information you provide is of course confidential.

If you would like to leave Support Act a gift in your Will or should you decide to include Support Act as a beneficiary, there are a number of ways to do so.


There are four main types of bequests which can be included in a Will.


This is the remainder of the donor’s estate after first leaving gifts to their loved ones.

Percentage or fractional

This is a gift expressed as a percentage or fraction of the donor’s estate. Donors can leave a percentage of either the residue of their estate or a percentage of the entire estate.

Pecuniary or specific

This is a specified gift, which can include money, property or stocks and shares.

Whole estate

This comprises the donor’s entire estate and is usually left by those without family or other preferred beneficiaries, or those wanting to achieve something very significant with their gift.


Support Act recommends that you obtain independent and professional advice from a solicitor to ensure that your Will is valid and your wishes carried out. If you do already have a Will, you can update this with a codicil. This is an extra clause to include your bequest.

Here is suggested wording which you can include when making or updating your Will. It isn’t the only option so please seek advice as to what is best for your situation.

I bequeath [the whole/a percentage/something specific/residue] of my estate to Support Act Limited, ABN 43 079 588604 of Level 4, 11-17 Buckingham Street, Surry Hills, NSW, 2010 for purposes that it shall determine, and this bequest will be free from all duties. The receipt of this bequest by any authorised officer of Support Act shall form valid discharge to my executor.