One way of supporting our organisation is to make a charitable request to PAH. We will be very grateful if you consider appointing our organisation as one of your beneficiaries or legatees. The last will can change the world and be the crowning achievement of one’s whole life. We all want to leave something behind and we want the values we cherish to survive. Such a legacy will bring profits over many years, during which time we be able to provide help to communities affected by humanitarian crises. In this way, one person can change the future of many people.
We invite you to contact us personally. We will be glad to talk with you about those of our activities and projects which are of particular interest to you and we will help you draw up your will.
For more information, please contact Grzegorz Gruca (firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: +48 501 752 151).
HOW TO DRAW UP A WILL?
Making a will is a simple procedure. From the formal point of view, the simplest type of will is one written by hand by the testator. Such a will does not require the presence of any witnesses, but it must bear the date and the testator’s signature. It can be kept at home, or it can be deposited with a notary public.
From the testator’s point of view, the safest type of will is one in the form of a notarial deed, i.e. a will drawn up in the presence of a notary public at the notary’s office. In special circumstances, such a will can also be made outside the notary’s office. The will is drawn up under the supervision of a government official with whom it is subsequently deposited.
In the will you can:
- bequeath to us any sum of money or e.g. real estate, imposing on your heirs an obligation to donate to us some particular constituent of your property
- appoint PAH to inherit your property jointly with other persons to whom you wish to bequeath your property
- name us the sole beneficiary of your will (if you decide to do this, do not forget about your family and loved ones)
WHO CAN DRAW UP A WILL?
A will can be made by any natural person who has full legal capacity. Such a person must be able to consciously and freely express his/her will. A will must be made in person – it cannot be made by proxy.
WHICH OF PAH’S ACTIVITIES TO SUPPORT WITH A CHARITABLE BEQUEST?
You can choose any of our activities, but first of all we recommend to you those which are more long-lasting, e.g. building a well. Read more about our work or contact us to talk about those activities which are of particular interest to you.