Will and Bequests

Support the Work of Galway Rape Crisis Centre

We understand that when making your will, your primary concern is to provide for your family and loved ones. You can also take the opportunity to help people that have been affected by sexual abuse.

If you would like to remember the Galway Rape Crisis Centre in your will, there are three kinds of bequests you may leave:

Pecuniary Bequest

A pecuniary bequest is a specified sum of money given in support of the GRCC’s continued work.

Residuary Bequest

A residuary bequest is the gift of the residue of your estate, or a share of the residue, after other bequests to your family and friends have been made and all debts, taxes and expenses have been paid. Generally, this kind of bequest is of greatest benefit to us, as its value increases with the value of your estate

Specific Bequest

A specific bequest is the gift of a particular item of value; this could include stocks, shares, proceeds of a life assurance policy, property, jewelry, etc.

Bequests to charities are exempt from tax. By leaving a gift to your favourite charity, you could substantially reduce the amount of tax payable on your estate.

Should you care to remember us in your Will please seek advice from your Solicitor.

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