GIL promotes the establishment of a care trust for children who need special care such as autism and intellectual disability. The Care Trust allows these children to be properly taken care of and take control of their lives after their parents pass away.
Care trusts are different from the services provided by ordinary private trusts, foundations, or social service agencies, and need to mobilize huge social resources to achieve the purpose of making the best living arrangements for children in need of special care.
We not only assume the responsibilities of trustees with charity, donate family subsidies, but also lead more listed companies to assume social responsibilities together, give children love, and provide structural protection to families.
Keep the assets held on behalf of your children and assume the responsibility of guardian;
According to your wishes, regularly deposit the living expenses into your designated child account every month/year;
In close cooperation with social service agencies, medical management agencies can be appointed to take care of your children according to your wishes;
According to your wishes, the trust company will appoint a bank/asset management institution to manage your assets.
The trustee GIL works closely with social service agencies;
The government/lawyer/charity etc. assume the responsibility of “guardian”;
Does not affect government subsidies (does not increase the income of beneficiaries).
In addition, GIL is actively promoting the care trust project. The Care Trust is a special legally binding arrangement established by using the classic trust contract and trust structure. Its primary purpose is to make the best life arrangements for those children who need care (including special care) because of the death of their parents.
Arrange case managers to monitor the care received by dependants living in government-funded institutions;
Watch over and use trust funds according to the wishes of the trustor;
Arrange case managers to monitor and review the needs of dependents living with or alone in the community;
Invest trust funds prudently.