Giovanni Bersani was the first to make testamentary legacy. This noble gesture, brought him close to the most vulnerable as he always was throughout his life , and also now after his death.
Every year, in fact, his legacy gives a return that becomes ‘donation’ and the interest goes to projects to help people in trouble. In 2015, for example, the donation Bersani’s legacy, provided to care for over 10,000 children in Kenya: street children who lived in jail, deprived of any rights just because they had been found begging on the street.
This year, CEFA, thanks to Bersani’s legacy, will assist children with specialised staff to take care of them, involving the children in educational activities by offering psychological support and providing the things they need.
Next year and subsequent year, the donation from Bersani’s legacy, will support those who most need help .
How to make a testamentary legacy
Making one’s own will is easy, simply requiring knowledge of legal requirements and following them. The will can be done in different ways, the easiest being the holographic one. It must be written exclusively by one’s own hand on paper; it must be dated and signed by the testator and does not incur any cost.
The holographic will is simple, economic and ensures a complete confidence: no one is required to know the existence of it.
An important drawback, however, is that the will can be subverted, lost or altered; this problem can be avoided by writing two copies and entrusting one of these to a lawyer or to one of the beneficiaries of the will.
For more information please contact Giampiero or Giulia to email@example.com/051520285, or download the brochure
Why to make a testament ?
Do you know that only 13% of Italians make a will? Nevertheless making a will means that your wishes will be respected.
What are we able to do with your testamentary legacy
Your legacy will help families to meet their basic needs in times of serious difficulties
GIOVANNI BERSANI with the vulnerable
Giovanni Bersani was the first to make testamentary legacy. This noble gesture, brought him close to the most vulnerable