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Give the gift of dignity and hope.

Making a bequest to FareShare

Leaving a gift in your will to FareShare is one of the most meaningful ways you can help people less fortunate.

Your lasting gift will mean sharing free, nutritious meals with vulnerable Australians. Every dollar makes a difference and brings dignity and practical support to people when they need it most.

When you make a bequest to FareShare, you become one of our Friends of a FareFuture, joining a group of passionate FareShare supporters committed to making a contribution beyond their lifetimes. Your generous gift will ensure we can continue to feed those in need well into the future. 

Your legacy will be compassion, leadership and hope.

“The food is fabulous. It’s a wonderful service that comes from the heart.”

Alec, 99-year old World War 2 veteran from Boronia, picks up FareShare meals every week from his local veterans’ association.

Why I am making a gift to FareShare in my will

Kate Cowen, FareShare kitchen volunteer

“FareShare exemplifies so many of my values – making best use of finite resources, preventing waste, feeding a hungry world, community engagement, giving back. It ticks every box. 

It’s a travesty that in a wealthy country like Australia people should go hungry. I have had a privileged life and with that goes responsibility – to contribute. I also want to make a contribution for ongoing good after my lifetime. My vision is that everyone should get their fair share and I want to model that for my children too. I want them to see that as part of my legacy. 

I’m putting my money where people’s mouths are.”

David Harris, FareShare President

“As a long-serving volunteer board member, I know intimately what an effective organisation FareShare is. 

I am proud to make a gift to FareShare in my will knowing every dollar will make a meaningful difference to people doing it tough. 

I would encourage anyone looking for a legacy of high social impact to consider making a bequest to FareShare as I have done.”