Mercy Community Services

To support and inspire people in need to live healthy, connected lives within inclusive communities.

Wills & Bequests

One of the most enduring ways to support the disadvantaged and vulnerable 

A will represents an individuals last wishes and intentions. After providing for loved ones, many people also choose to leave a gift in their Will for charities close to their heart.

Sadly, there is a growing need for the support programs Mercy Community Services (MCS) provides and bequests will enable us to continue our vital work with the most disadvantaged in our community. We value and appreciate all gifts and bequests – large and small. 

If you decide to make a bequest to MCS, please advise your legal representative to ensure that the bequest is made 'To Mercy Community Services (SEQ) Ltd for its charitable works'. Also, so that we may confidently plan ahead to provide our diverse range of support services for vulnerable children, young people and families, the aged, people with disabilities, newly arrived migrants and refugees, please take a moment to let us know that you have made a bequest.

If you wish, please contact us or have your legal representative contact us to arrange a confidential meeting to discuss your thoughts and we can answer any questions you may have about MCS.

Contact us to arrange a confidential meeting to discuss your thoughts and we can answer any questions you may have about MCS.