Wills & Bequests
Why Leave A Gift In Your Will?
In 2016, Sunita* and Meena* were beaten with bamboo rods by a group of men in India. Sunita fell unconscious. When she awoke, she had no idea if her sister, Meena, was alive or dead. Their only crime was to leave Hinduism, and follow Jesus.
Sunita is only in her 20s, but has already experienced more persecution than most will face in a lifetime. And yet she has refused to give up her faith in Christ.
She was reunited with Meena shortly afterwards. Open Doors partners have been able to provide them with food and pay for their medical expenses.
There are many more of our brothers and sisters who need our support. And you can help. By putting Open Doors in your Will now, you can ensure that we are there for others like Sunita and Meena as long as we are needed.
*Names changed for security purposes.
How to Leave A Gift
Firstly, we encourage you to have a conversation with your family and your solicitor. Your solicitor is the best person to advise you on how to word your Will to include a gift to Open Doors.
There are certain details you need to have handy when you see your legal adviser, such as our registered address and ABN number. Having this information can save precious time and money so click the button below to download our Wills document to take with you.
Fill out the form below or call us to speak with an Open Doors team member about leaving a gift in your will.
“I have had the privilege of seeing the work and impact of Open Doors around the world. We could do none of this without the incredible generosity of our supporters. I want to thank you for considering how you will make a difference to the lives of persecuted believers into the future.”
- Mike Gore, CEO Open Doors Australia