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Estate Planning: Putting your Affairs in Order: A step-by-step guide and checklist of actions you should take now: By Arthur Clarke

Estate Planning: Putting your Affairs in Order: A step-by-step guide and checklist of actions you should take now: By Arthur Clarke This booklet provides: • practical and vital financial and estate planning information • checklists and programmes of actions you should take now • an alphabetical ‘template’ you can use to record your particulars Like most people you are probably reasonably well-organized, if not perfect. The trouble is that, when you are no longer around, what may be obvious to you – like ‘you always keep the back door key in the red tin on the kitchen shelf’ – will not be very easy for others to guess.

The Rhodes University Bequest Association

When you make a confirmed bequest to Rhodes University, you have the option of becoming a member of the Bequest Association.As a member you receive invitations to special functions that are planned from time to time, providing you with the opportunity to interact with your peers. If you would like more information please contact us at alumni@ru.ac.za

MySchool- Supporting Old Rhodian Bursaries

Rhodes University has been registered as a beneficiary of MySchool. Any money raised through this partnership will be channelled through the Old Rhodian Union into the bursary fund for children and grandchildren of Old Rhodians.

ISIVIVANE CAMPAIGN VISIBLY CHANGES LIVES

The amount of support our Alumni has been contributing towards fundraising campaigns is heartwarming. Even though we have been able to see a positive difference in the lives of our Isivivane recipients since last year, watching them graduate this year made the remarkable and life-changing impact Isivivane has had on their lives clearly visible. Upile Bongco, who has just graduated with a BA in Drama and Psychology (with distinction), is a fine example of what is possible with Isivivane.