Leave a legacy for disabled children

Children with Disability NZ Our mission is to make New Zealand the most disabled child friendly region in the world!

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Do You Want To Leave A Legacy?

Leave a legacy for disabled children:

We are a Northland, New Zealand-based registered charity (CC59148), and our legal name is Children with Disability New Zealand.

We are a young charity with lots of growing to do, and we would like to encourage people to leave a legacy in their will to improve the outcomes for disabled children and young adults.

A child should first be able to play with other children; our first plan covers playgrounds we actively lobby and part fund accessible playground equipment.

Secondly, educate and start looking at career options from a young age for a disabled child; even 12- to 14-year-olds should be thinking about careers. We want funding set aside to assist with this goal.

Number three on the list is a helping hand. At times, barriers can seem impossible, so our third fund would be for smaller items such as a portable hoist, homecare equipment, or similar items.

Plan number four is disability awareness training. There is a massive need for disability awareness training, and CCS Disability Action would be our preferred supplier. Children with Disabilities New Zealand is focused on providing actual results.

My name is Glen McMillan. I became a disabled child at the age of ten. I am now in my mid-sixties and healthy. I never had children. I have led a successful life. I own my own home. I want to be known for all the good I have done for many people. I am semi-retired, but by starting this charity, I keep myself busy and help others. My whole life has been about helping others, so I have decided to leave a legacy fund for this charity. But the question, as a disabled person with lived experience, is: what would I want to see my legacy spend on? I have plans for that; see below.

This site is about happy and prosperous times for our disabled children. Children have imaginations, and you can help make dreams come true. See below the buttons for legacy plan details.

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You Can Make Such A Huge Difference:

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Consider Leaving A Legacy?

As you age, leaving a legacy may become increasingly important. How will you be remembered? Would you like to think that after you’re gone, a part of you will remain? Your family and friends will never forget you, but a "legacy" goes beyond memories. Do you want to make a lasting impression that’s more widespread? Leaving behind a legacy means you can make sure you’re remembered.

What is a legacy?

What does it mean to leave a legacy? Think of the people you’ve heard about but never met. Your great-great-grandparents, for instance, or a famous person who died centuries before you were born. Leaving behind a legacy means making an impact that will last long after you die. It could be financial, with something you create, or through the people you touch while you’re alive.

It’s never too late to start working on building a legacy that will outlive you. We would love for your legacy to become a sensory house for disabled kids, a forever house that will outlive many of us. You may want to consider leaving a monetary amount that could be used to provide benefits to many disabled children. I have made my decision and will be leaving a large legacy to continue my work when I am gone.

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