Bequests

By providing a donation in your will, you can leave a lasting legacy for future medical research.

I can contribute to a hopeful future for children with cancer by leaving a donation in my will.

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Remembering us in your will is a generous way to make a big difference in our search for better and safer treatments, and ultimately a cure for childhood cancer.

For every dollar we receive in government grants, we need to raise a dollar from the community. Without this support, we’re unable to undertake the research we know will put an end to childhood cancer.

Our bequestors come from all parts of the community across Australia. Their gifts, however modest or extensive, give hope for a future in which we will cure every child of cancer.

You can be a part of this future by leaving a legacy that will support future medical research.

Why leaving a gift in your will matters

Our community of children, parents, researchers, clinicians and donors share our determination for success. With their support, we will cure childhood cancer

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It is our vision that together we will beat childhood cancer. When people like you trust us with a gift in your will we make sure your money matters:

Where does your money go?

Making a Gift in your Will

Follow the step by step guide below to making your gift to the Children’s Cancer Institute

TESTIMONIAL

Holly Smith

Holly Smith

Bequestor

"There is hope for better, safer treatments for childhood cancer – and I can contribute to this future by leaving a donation in my will."

As a cancer survivor myself, I understand the trauma faced by children with cancer. There's no guarantee of a positive outcome, but thanks to Children's Cancer Institute there is hope for better, safer treatments.

I can contribute to the development of preventive and curative treatments for childhood cancer by leaving a donation to the Institute in my will.

With the help from more bequestors like me, I am certain we will soon achieve a survival rate of 100 per cent.