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AZV in your will


There is still so much to do! 

Without the generous support of private persons, Medics without Vacation would not be able to do anything. Bequests are important to continue our work. And there is still so much to do!

Civil-law notary André Michielsens explains:
"A bequest is the most commonly used way to give money or possessions to a charity. If you bequeath money or possessions in your will, you can do what you want with the money and the possessions as long as you live. You can also still change the will. A formula which has been increasingly popular over the last five years particularly, is the non-profit bequest. This type of bequest allows you to support an organisation that is close to your heart and at the same time allow relatives and/or friends to inherit without having to pay any death duties."

Medics without Vacation is entitled to accept bequests and non-profit bequests.

If you are considering making a bequest to Medics without Vacation or want more information, we will gladly talk to you or send you our extensive information brochure. Please contact Erwin Reynaert (015/400 881).