Making a bequest to backtrack

How Your Bequest Helps BackTrack

Should you choose to make a gift to BackTrack through your will, you will join a special group of supporters who wish to have an ongoing impact on young people having a hard time in Armidale and beyond.

A gift to BackTrack will strengthen our capacity to plan for the long-term. We know the challenges that our young people face are growing and we need to be prepared to hang in for the long haul and do whatever it takes to keep them alive, out of jail and chasing their hopes and dreams.

Ensure Your Wishes Are Clear

After considering your family, loved ones and other plans to be included in your will, we strongly recommend you seek advice from a solicitor to ensure clarity around the instructions you leave.

Ways of Giving In Your Will

The script below can be provided to your solicitor so that your wishes are carried out. Your solicitor will ensure the wording complies with the law.

I _____(insert name and address)______ give and bequeath free of all duties and taxes payable at my death (if any)

(Please insert the relevant option listed below)

  • The sum of $_____________; or
  • (insert number) % of my estate; or
  • The residue of my estate (or [insert number] % of the residue of my estate)

to BackTrack Youth Works Ltd, ABN 66 612 831 919, 15-17 Grafton Rd Armidale, New South Wales, 2350 for the use and purposes of the said organisation. The official receipt of the organisation shall be a full and sufficient discharge to my executor and trustee.

Notifying BackTrack

Please consider advising us of your intention to include BackTrack in your will. This means we can thank you now and ensure that you receive opportunities to hear first-hand from our team about the work we do. You can notify us by emailing Paula Thomson at Naturally this information is confidential.

We highly recommend downloading this information in PDF form and using it as a basis for discussions with your family, and when seeking advice from your solicitor.