When you include a gift to World Vision in your Will, you leave something behind that holds true to your deepest values. Your future gift will become a lasting tribute to the work you're already doing, helping to transform the world for generations to come. It will be used to reach children where the need is greatest, creating a brighter future for the world's most vulnerable girls and boys.
You can transform the lives of the next generation of vulnerable children and communities living in extreme poverty and dangerous places.
Including a gift in your Will is simple to do, doesn't impact on your day-to-day living and gives satisfaction knowing that your generosity will live on.
Your future gift will be used wisely and cost-effectively so that it has the greatest impact and creates a lasting difference for children of the future.
Whether you're updating your Will, or creating one for the first time, we're here to help. Check out these FAQs or contact us for more information.
Our Visionaries Group recognises the generosity of this special type of giving and allows us to thank you personally and honour your legacy commitment. Learn more about how you can join our Visionaries Group today and transform lives.
"Here in New Zealand, we have so much. It's possible to achieve it all, it's possible to leave something to my loved ones, and I consider World Vision a loved one."
— Amanda Roulston, Visionary
“I have given to World Vision for 30 years because I've seen how well they work through empowering communities who get to choose their own future.”
— Peter Egli, Visionary
“Seeing the work first-hand gave me a much better idea of how a future gift in a Will can help create life in all its fullness for children.”
— Angela Campbell, Visionary
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In 2020, 83.9% of World Vision New Zealand's total operating expenses were used for international program support that benefited children, families and communities in need. Learn more.