Honouring a loved one with a gift in memory is a very generous gesture.
This simple act ensures that their memory lives on and leaves a lasting impact.

There are many ways you can choose to honour your loved one and support The Fred Hollows Foundation:

1. Make a donation on their behalf

When making your donation, we would love to hear the name of the person that the gift is in memory of and why you have chosen to donate in their legacy.  

2. Create a tribute page

Create a tribute page on our website to collect donations in memory of your loved one. You can share this with your friends, family and perhaps if you like, on the funeral or memorial invitation. You can personalise your page as much as you want, including stories, photos or videos of the special person that you are celebrating. You can create your tribute page here.  

3. Collect donations at a memorial or funeral service

Many families and friends choose to collect donations at a funeral or memorial in lieu of flowers to celebrate their loved ones values and passion in life. Once you have created a tribute page, you can then share the link with loved ones who wish to show their support. You can create your tribute page here.  

4. Gift in your will

Leaving a gift in your Will is also known as leaving a ‘bequest.’ Find out everything you need to know about leaving a gift in your Will to PBCF.

For any enquiries regarding gifts in your will please email:

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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 GIVE the (whole $_____ or residue or percentage %____) of my estate to Prostate & Breast Cancer Foundation Ltd  (ABN 80 150590006) of Level 1, 204 Clarence St, Sydney NSW 2000, for its general purposes.

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.


The Foundation is a registered company under corporate law, section 148 (1). ABN 80 150 590 006. It is registered with the ACNC (Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission) and under the provisions of the Charitable Fundraising Act (NSW) 1991 (CFN 21976).


There are several options when it comes to leaving a gift in your will for others.
Bequests can be made for the Foundation’s general purposes, our research program or CanCare, our patient-support program.

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.