Leave a gift to Very Special Kids

August 25, 2023

For over 33 years, Very Special Kids has been providing holistic palliative care for children and young people, and tailored support for their families. This includes respite in Victoria’s only children’s hospice, trained volunteer support in the home and hospital, bereavement support, and sibling programs for families at the most difficult of times.

This work is made possible through generous gifts in Will. Every gift, no matter what the size, makes an incredible difference.

It is a thoughtful way to continue your legacy and make a difference for children and young people with life-limiting conditions for generations to come.

How to write a Will online

  • Fill out online: Follow step-by-step guide to write your will in under 20 minutes with either of our online Will partners: Gathered Here and Safewill
  • Print your Will: Download for free and print a copy
  • Sign and witness: Sign and witness to complete your legally valid Will


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50% discount offer. Each Will reviewed by an Australian Solicitor.

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Frequently asked questions

Why is it important to have a Will?

Writing a Will today is one of the most important ways you can protect your family, appoint guardians for your children and set out how you want to divide your estate and leave gifts to charities that mean the most to you. Our online Will-writing partners, Gathered Here and Safewill, provide a quick and cost-effective service to allow you to complete your Will online in the comfort of your home, in as little as 20 minutes.

Are online Wills valid and legally binding?

Yes. Provided that you meet the usual requirements for creating a Will (namely, you have testamentary capacity and are of sound mind, are over the age of 18, make the Will voluntarily, and follow the required signing and witnessing formalities), a Will made online will be legally valid and binding. Reference: Gathered Here.

How do I plan my Estate involving children with high care needs?

Ensuring children with special needs are well looked after requires careful planning and the right advice. Raising children is challenging at the best of times, but for parents of children with special needs it can bring additional concerns, such as who will take care of my child after I am gone and how will they cope financially? Click here for a helpful article published by Australian Executor Trustees, with further information to help get started.

Other questions?

For further information, visit Gathered Here or Safewill.