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Saint Giles Durban

Bequest Programme

a bequest commitment

A bequest to Saint Giles is an extremely valuable way in which you can assist us to continue to provide service and support to disabled people. We remain committed to this continuity by ensuring our sustainability going forward

making a bequest

A bequest is a reflection of your desire to make a gift of money or assets to a particular person/s or organisation/s after your death

Once you have provided for the people closest to you, it may be a particular desire of yours to provide for a bequest to a non-profit organisation such as SAINT GILES. Such a bequest could take various forms:

Your simple action has a big reaction

bequests to saint giles

Saint Giles is registered with SARS as a public benefit organisation (PBO 18/11/13/783). Therefore, the value of any bequest made to SAINT GILES is deducted from the value of your estate before estate duty is calculated

We would prefer that any bequest is made to our SAINT GILES organisation in general, rather than for a specific purpose. This would allow us the freedom to use the funds where they are particularly necessary at that time

It is important that any bequest to us is made in our registered name which is:
SAINT GILES Association for the Handicapped (NPC)
Company Registration No: 2000/009990/08

join the heritage circle

This is a club with free membership to interested people 60 years of age and older. It has as its aim to keep members informed about the organisation, host interesting functions and activities with a social element.

As a member of the circle, if you make a bequest to Saint Giles, you will receive an award and gift as well as special status within the group.

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