Make a Gift in your Will – More Info

Make a Lasting Impact Need More Information? How We Help Make a lasting impact by choosing to leave a gift in your will.

Help New Zealand Riding for the Disabled Reach More Riders and Change More Lives.

You can choose to change lives too.

Keep the Stable Doors Open!

Choose to make a gift in your will and make a lasting impact.
Choose to make a will with your lawyer or an online will.

Bequests Webinar

This is being presented by Andie Donnelly,  a senior solicitor in the Property and Personal Legal Services team at Rainey Collins, and is an expert in the Wills and asset protection area.

Get your questions answered!

This webinar is a “no obligations” webinar and there will not be any follow up. If you are not able to make it on the date, please feel free to register and we will send you a link to view the webinar after it has run.

Bequests Webinar – Tuesday 30 July 2024 – 7pm to 8pm

For more information or to register, please click here.

Special Offer for Online Wills

Online wills are 50% off for a limited time only.
For your special offer for an online will, click here.

Online wills are 50% off from 1 August 2024 until 31 August 2024.
P.S. Don’t forget – this offer expires on 31 August 2024.

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You can speak with your lawyer about writing your will.

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    Slide How your Gift will Make a Difference Our Coaches and Volunteers are “By Their Side”. And you can be too.
    A kind gift in your will make the magic happen!
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    How we help

    There are many significant therapeutic benefits that therapeutic horse riding offers. The warmth and dynamic movement of the horse gently enhance relaxation, flexibility, and balance, leading to improved posture and coordination and so much more. But did you know that each rider often requires the assistance of up to four individuals? These include the coach, the horse leader, and two side-walkers – so you can see why our volunteers are so important!

    There are so many things that make up the cost of a ride. That means that a gift in your will is invaluable. Your gift will be used to make sure that riding can continue and we remain by their side.

    Help to “Reach More Riders and Change More Lives”!

    Stories for You

    It’s good to know that other people are also planning for the future and making the world a better place. Here are two people who wanted to share their story about how they decided to become a bequestor for New Zealand Riding for the Disabled.

    Dorothy’s Story

    Dorothy wins the race!
    As a 39-year-old, Dorothy made the decision to participate in a harness racing event in Cambridge in 1979.
    This was ground-breaking at the time – Dorothy was the only woman racing against a field of men in this race. And she won!
    Dorothy remembers her father’s reaction at the time – he was so delighted about her win and very pleased that his independent daughter had achieved such a wonderful result.
    Dorothy has had plenty of experience at her family dairy farm and was involved with milking and also in exercising the trotting horses on the farm with her father for many years. The dairy farm was sold years ago, but Dorothy is still interested in the farming sector.
    She continues to take a keen interest in horses and is also a dog lover, although she doesn’t have any dogs at home these days.
    Dorothy was a volunteer at Te Aroha RDA for a number of years and now lives in Northland, where she still enjoys keeping up with what Riding for the Disabled is doing across the country from the comfort of her armchair. Dorothy might have slowed down a bit but not very much!
    Dorothy is a great supporter and has told us that she has decided to leave a gift in her will for New Zealand Riding for the Disabled. Dorothy says “I think that it’s better for charities if they are aware ahead of time about bequests, so I was happy to let them know”.
    We are so lucky to have people like Dorothy making a difference for riders now and into the future.
    Thank you to Dorothy and all of our supporters.

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