Bequests: The Winged Heart Society

A bequest is a wonderful way to help the future of Haileybury.

For many alumni and friends of Haileybury, a charitable bequest is the easiest and best way to make a gift to the School.  By means of your will or other estate plan, you can name Haileybury as the beneficiary of a portion of your estate, or of particular assets in your estate.

A bequest may be made to the School in general or may be applied to a particular purpose – for example, towards a scholarship, or to help fund building works at a particular campus with which you or your family have been closely associated.

A bequest to Haileybury can be of a monetary amount, or of particular assets (such as shares, or real estate, or a painting, or the proceeds of a life insurance policy). A bequest might also be made of all or a specified percentage of the residue of your estate.

By making a bequest to Haileybury, you will be recognised as a member of the Winged Heart Society. Bequests of certain monetary amounts (or of non-cash assets of equivalent value) will also qualify you for the status of Friend, Benefactor, Fellow or Patron of Haileybury Foundation.

For further information about how to make a bequest as well as a sample provision and codicil for your will, please refer to the related documents below.


For further information please contact Haileybury's Director of Development and Alumni Relations on the following:

Phone: +61 3 9904 6140



Related Documents

pdf-icon  Bequest Card

pdf-icon  Sample Provisions

pdf-icon  Sample Codicil