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LEAVING A LEGACY TO MAF

Supporting the generations to come.

A bequest is simply a gift left in a will. Many people don’t realise that you don’t have to be rich or famous to make a bequest. The truth is that most bequests are made by ordinary, hardworking people who want to make a positive difference to their community or to a cause after they're gone.

The good news is that including Mission Aviation Fellowship in your will is just as easy as providing for your loved ones. And it can be as much, or as little, as you want.

The first step should always be to see your Solicitor or a Trustee Corporation who will advise on how best to prepare your Will. Fees for the service when charged are usually quite low. You will need to include the full name of MAF; “Mission Aviation Fellowship of NZ, Inc.” and our 

Regardless of its size, a bequest can make a big difference to the transforming work of MAF around the world. They are an important part of keeping the essential work of MAF going and making sure it continues into the future. MAF partners with hundreds of churches, aid and mission agencies in a global effort to overcome barriers of poverty, isolation and disease.

If you've arranged to make a gift to our work, we would naturally love to hear about it. However, if you wish your gift to remain anonymous, that’s fine too. And its always a good idea to speak to your family and friends about your decision, so they can support the achievement of your charitable goals when the time comes.

Our Bequest brochure explains everything you need to know about putting MAF into your will.

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