Safewill is an Australian company that shares our values and vision for gender equality and a just world for children. Their platform makes it easy for the 70% of Australians who don’t have a legally binding Will to create one, through a simple online platform. Every Will is reviewed by a practicing Australian solicitor.
How Does it Work?
Plan International Supporters can write their Will using Safewill’s service (usually $160), by clicking on this link. Our free offer is open for up to 200 supporters.
We hope that when you use this special service, you will consider how you can create a legacy for future generations and help girls to access education and thrive.
What our supporters say
“The experience of writing my Will (through Safewill) was very good. The procedure was so easy to get through. There are quite a few things you feel you’ve got to do, like cleaning the house, and when you’ve done it, you feel better for it. Writing a Will is one of those things.”
Tony left a gift in his Will to Plan International Australia.
“Plan International is the only charity I know of that has that focus on girls. I think we need more female influence in the world! I’d like to see girls and women have at least equal say.”
For Plan International staff member JM, her two Sphynx cats, Chaos and Fury were a big motivator for her to write a Will through Plan International’s free Will writing offer.
“I thought, what would happen to them if I’m gone? I want to make sure they have a good home to go to and a gift for their carer.”
Safewill was a straightforward option for JM, “I was happy with the idea of Safewill because I work with digital platforms, I know how secure they can be and I feel more comfortable doing things online. Writing my Will this way was easier than going out to see a solicitor. Also, knowing it was being reviewed by a lawyer to make sure every legal aspect had been covered was very reassuring.”
“One of the key areas I’m passionate about is creating equality for girls. I think everyone should consider leaving a gift in their Will. Even a small gift can help a girl to become first woman in her family to graduate from school and create opportunities for future generations in her community.”
If you’d like to learn more, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Madeleine Richards, our Gifts in Wills Officer at [email protected]. You can also contact your solicitor for advice about whether Safewill is the right choice for you.