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Gifts that create a legacy for the future


Why make a bequest to North Shore Riding for the Disabled?

By making a bequest in your Will to North Shore Riding for the Disabled you continue to provide help for years to come to those who are challenged by disability within our community. You will be helping us to deliver on our stated Mission of ‘Reaching More Riders – Changing More Lives’.


A bequest is simply a gift made through your Will. It can be a specific amount, a proportion of your estate, a particular asset or the residue of your estate after you have provided for your family and friends.


Who will manage your bequest?

Bequest funds are managed by North Shore RDA Incorporated – a registered charity. When a bequest is received, and unless a specific direction is given as to how the bequest should be used, it will, together with other bequests and memorial gifts be utilised or invested to  ensure the continuation of our services to the North Shore community.


Bequests are one method of contributing in a significant way towards the RDA’s operating expenses and ensuring a degree of sustainability as the organisation moves into the future. Located as we are in one of the fastest growing areas of the country the predicted need is great and growing.


It is strongly recommended you seek the advice of your financial advisor or solicitor when drafting your Will.

We like to know who our friends are so if you decide to remember us in your Will do let us know so we can keep you updated on the work we are doing and the milestones we reach.

Further information

If you would like to discuss your intentions with us or have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our Committee President, Tim Lofts, via our Office on 09 426 8110 or

Estates we'd like to acknowledge and thank:
Brenda O Marinkovich
Maitland Irvine Hillson
Gus Cowie
Maurice S Bowman
Fraser Taylor

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