Make a Bequest

Big or small, your gift is a meaningful way to contribute to the future of our communities.

ATWC is incredibly grateful for the generosity of many New Zealanders who choose to leave a gift in their Will to support us in working with vulnerable families creating connected communities and flourishing families.

Gifting to ATWC



  • A Percentage of your Estate after other gifts and debt are cleared or
  • A Fixed Sum – regular updates are required to ensure this is inflation-proof because the value of a fixed sum decreases as the cost of living increases or
  • A Gift of Assets – may include your home, other property, stocks, shares and other investments or a portion of these.


You can choose to leave a “no strings attached” gift so ATWC can determine how best to use it, or you can specify in your Will how you would like your gift to be used.

Making or Changing a Will

When you are making a Will or changing an existing one, you will need to talk to your solicitor and it is also a good idea to keep family and friends informed.

Changing an existing Will is not complicated or difficult. You can review or update your Will at any time and when doing so you have the opportunity to consider making a gift to ATWC.

If you already have a Will and wish to make a gift to ATWC, you can make an amendment – called a Codicil – to your Will. You can download a Codicil form here to complete and send to your solicitor.


Confidential Reply

We appreciate your will is confidential it would however be greatly beneficial for us to know if you have left or are thinking about leaving a gift in your will to ATWC as it's important for us to be able to acknowledge your generous support and keep you up to date with our latest work.

For more detailed information you can contact our CEO Andrea McLeod confidentially.