When you make a bequest, you provide a lasting legacy of support to the school community and the generation of Churchie students. The power of a bequest is that you can make a larger gift than ever thought possible - you can give a portion of life's work rather than current earnings.
Recent wonderful examples include bequests from the estates of:
David Turbayne used to fund the development of the School's tennis courts
Dulcie Kappe used to build the Jensen Building in honour of her late brother and Old Boy, Mervyn Jensen.
The names of these and many other benefactors live on through named funds held by the Foundation and through the important works they finance.
If you are considering making a bequest to Churchie:
speak to your solicitor about including standard text in your Will.
please advise the Churchie Foundation of your intentions. In appreciation of your generosity, you are welcome to join the Morris Society, formed to recognise all who have made a bequest or intend to do so. As a member, you are invited to special school events.
Make a bequest today.