FAQs Returned Volunteers


Leave a bequest


Thank you for considering leaving a bequest to Volunteer Service Abroad.

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Your bequest will make a difference to people’s lives.


It will mean more VSA volunteers will be able to pass
on skills to those who need them the most, with people in the wider Pacific to help them build a better future for themselves and their children.


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VSA’s Margaret Neave Club.


When you leave a bequest to VSA we would like to include you as a member of VSA’s Margaret Neave Club.

Margaret volunteered twice for VSA and saw the difference a volunteer can make to the lives of people in the wider Pacific.

Through her generosity fourteen volunteers have been able to care for children who are vulnerable, sick, and living with disabilities, in Vietnam, Cambodia, South Africa, Papua New Guinea and Bougainville.

We will keep in touch by sending you two newsletters a year about the work VSA volunteers are doing and invite you to attend a Margaret Neave Club function.


Bequest Brochure


Your bequest to VSA will transform lives.

To find out more about how you can leave a bequest to VSA that will make a real difference in people’s lives please download our bequest brochure. You can also email Fundraising via fundraising@vsa.org.nz for a copy of the brochure or with any queries you may have.

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It costs money to send volunteers overseas and every dollar you donate to VSA goes towards programmes that really do work.

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