Leaving a Gift in Will
IN YOUR WILL
A bequest is a legacy, usually given in a Will. Leaving a small gift of hope can help ensure our work continues to make a difference to the lives of cancer patients and their families.
Join others who have left a lasting gift in their Will
Your decision to leave a bequest will be an enduring legacy that can be applied to a range of vital programs, in either medical research or patient support. Funds can be directed to honour your preference.
A bequest is a generous and powerful gift that will be cherished beyond your lifetime.
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Your decision to leave a bequest will be an enduring legacy that can be used in a range of vital programs, in either medical research or patient support. As you specify, funds can be directed to honour your preference.
Information for your legal advisors
To make a bequest, speak to your solicitor and insert the ‘Sample Wording’ shown below.
I declare that the receipt of the secretary, treasurer or other proper officer of the nominated beneficiary will be a full discharge for my trustee who will not be bound to see its application.
We suggest you first speak to your solicitor, trustee company or the Public Trustee.
Gifts can be made as:
The residue of an estate, and/or
A percentage of the estate, and/or
A specific amount of money, and/or
A life insurance or superannuation policy, and/or
Other assets such as shares, property, art or jewelry, and/or
An investment in perpetuity.