The following is the suggested wording in your will if you wish to make a bequest to RDA NSW Tall Timbers Centre
“I bequeath to Riding for the Disabled (NSW) Tall Timbers Centre , a charitable institution recognised by the ATO (ABN 22 977 966 930, CFN 12295 Charitable Fundraising ACT 1991) of Box Hill, NSW, the (fill in amount of cash, percentage or residue of estate, or asset) to be used for its general charitable purposes. I declare that an official receipt of the Association shall be a complete discharge of my bequest. If at my death the Association has ceased to exist or amalgamated with another organisation or has changed its name my executors shall pay this legacy to the organisation which in their discretion they consider most nearly fulfils the objects of the original organisation.”
Supporting a specific project
If you wish your bequest to be used to support a particular project you should provide a clear indication as to how you would like your legacy to be used by inserting an additional sentence. For example: “My bequest is to be used for to be used for (fill in the project e.g. purchase of new horses). If at the time of my death the project is no longer operating, then my bequest is to be used for the general charitable purposes of the Association.”
In drawing up your Will, you are strongly advised to seek proper legal advice, to ensure that your wishes will be carried out exactly as you intend and your tax liabilities are minimised. If you have not already appointed a solicitor, you may wish to consult the Law Society in your state or other such reputable directories.