Follow these four easy steps

Step 1. Write or update your Will
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We recommend seeking legal advice when creating or updating your Will. Prepare as many details of your finances as possible before seeing your solicitor. It may also help to sit down with your family beforehand and decide how much you could realistically afford to give as a gift. 

To help make the process as simple as possible, we’ve partnered with Gathered Here, a free and easy online Will writing service backed up by a team of legal experts. It takes less than 10 minutes to write your Will.  

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Step 2. Choose the type of gift you'd like to leave
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There are three common ways supporters choose to leave a gift to UNICEF Australia:

  • A residuary gift is the most effective way to leave a gift in your Will to UNICEF. It’s the remainder after you have made provisions for your family and friends. A residuary gift also keeps up with inflation which means the gift will achieve as much in the future as it will now. 
  • A percentage of your estate is the nominated portion or fixed percentage of your estate to UNICEF. A percentage gift also keeps up with inflation. 
  • A pecuniary gift is a specific amount of money left for UNICEF.  
Step 3. Use our suggested wording
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I give and bequeath free of all duties and taxes,

- The residue of my estate, or
- XX% of my whole estate, or
- XX% of the residue, or
- The specific sum of $XX

to Australian Committee for UNICEF Limited of PO Box 488, Queen Victoria Building, NSW 1230 to be used for the general purposes of UNICEF and I declare that the official receipt of Australian Committee for UNICEF Limited shall be sufficient discharge of the same.

ABN 35‍0 60‍5 81‍4 37

Australian Charity Number 060‍5 81‍4 37
Step 4. Let us know
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If you decide to leave a gift in your Will to UNICEF Australia, it’s important to let us know so that we can thank you personally for your commitment and keep you updated on our work with children.  

Please let us know by completing the form or by contacting

Your privacy will be fully respected, and any information you give us will remain confidential.
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