Support our work with a legacy

Knowledge and talent flourish with your legacy

Bequeathing is one of the ways in which you can support the UAF. A special form, because you leave something behind that will have an impact on the lives of many refugee students and professionals for years to come. With your legacy, no matter how big or small, you make the difference. 

Bequeath to charity

With an estate you can donate tax-free to a good cause after your death. Are you thinking about including the UAF in your will? This often works in the same way as bequeathing to relatives or other people close to you. 

Would you like to know more about the possibilities of including the UAF in your will? Request the free brochure on inheritance and get acquainted with our advisors. They are happy to discuss the options with you.

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Mentor couple Aylin and Arvin

Why include the UAF in your will?

  • With a legacy you contribute something, even if you are no longer there. By including the UAF in your will, you will later contribute to the development of knowledge and talent of refugee students and professionals.
  • You leave behind something durable and pass on your ideals to future generations.
  • Your legacy will fully benefit the UAF and there is no inheritance tax due

Frequently Asked Questions

By including a charity or several charities in your will, you can let your ideals live on. In other words, donate through your will to what you consider important and to which you would like to contribute from your heart. Another important advantage is that a charity does not pay inheritance tax, provided it is in possession of a ANBI status. Foundation for Refugee Students UAF has an ANBI status.

Of course. You decide for yourself what amount you want to leave to a good cause. It's UAF happy with every legacy. Because big or small, they all contribute to that which is true the UAF working on. 

A bequest is a provision in your will that states that you leave a specified amount of money or property (for example, a house) to a person or organization of your choice. For example, you can name your family as heir and also donate a certain amount as a bequest to the UAF Foundation for Refugee Students.

An inheritance is a part (percentage) of your property that is allocated to the heirs through your will. If you use the UAF tot (joint) heir name, it means that the UAF qualifies about this (part of) your inheritance. If all rights of others (bequests, estate costs and other debts) have been deducted from the total estate, the heirs receive their share.

It is important to discuss your wishes openly and honestly with your loved ones so that they are informed and there are no possible surprises later on. to stand. It can also be pleasant for you to express your wishes for later share and exchange ideas with others. 

You can have your will amended at any time at the notary. The previous will will then lapse. 

Yes, please feel free to contact our advisors. They are happy to help you by email or by phone 030 – 252 08 35

Request the brochure

Use the form to request the informative and inspiring brochure on bequeathing from the UAF. 

In this brochure you will read:  

  • The five steps to a legacy
  • What the UAF can do with the acquisitions from legacies
  • Why others choose to bequeath to the UAF

Would you like personal contact without obligation?​

Are you thinking about including the UAF in your will? And do you have questions about how to arrange this?

Please feel free to contact our advisors. They are happy to help you by email or by phone 030 – 252 08 35 / +06 26 15 26 26 XNUMX

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Wendy Diks-Heezen
Machteld of Muiswinkel

Your estate is in good hands

We are in possession of a recognition passport from the Central Bureau for Fundraising (CBF). It means that your estate is in good hands with us. 

View our report here.