Gifting as part of legacy planning

Methodist Girls' School pupils greeting Sharity, the Community Chest's mascot, at an event last year. There are a few ways to make a legacy gift to the Chest, and each gift goes a long way to help the needy.
Methodist Girls' School pupils greeting Sharity, the Community Chest's mascot, at an event last year. There are a few ways to make a legacy gift to the Chest, and each gift goes a long way to help the needy.PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO

Planned giving through Community Chest is a simple, convenient way to show you care

Christmas is just around the corner, so we are right into the season of giving and sharing, exchanging gifts with loved ones, friends and colleagues - and hopefully with the less fortunate too.

Yet, we do not have to restrict our donations to the poor and needy to this time of the year.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on December 23, 2018, with the headline 'Gifting as part of legacy planning'. Print Edition | Subscribe