Naturally, you will want to take care of your family and loved ones first, making sure they are well looked after. We always recommend that you ask your solicitor about the best way to do this.
Including children’s Cancer Institute is your Will is easy. Your gift could take a variety of forms including:
- Residuary – the remainder of an estate after specific gifts have been dispersed
- Percentage – a % of either the residue or the entire estate
- A specific amount of money (also known as a pecuniary gift)
- A specific asset, for example a property or shares
It is important that Children’s Cancer Institute is correctly named in your Will. The form of wording below is provided for you to consider and take along to your solicitor.
I hereby give and bequeath………………………….(*insert details) to Children’s Cancer Institute Australia ABN 41 072 279 559, in aid of the institute and for its general purposes. The official receipt of the organisation shall be a full and sufficient discharge to my Executors and/or Trustees.
PRINT THIS to take to you solicitor.
Can we help?
If you have any questions please contact Gayle or Emelia in our Supporter Engagement Team on 02 9385 0444 or email email@example.com.
Let us know
If you are planning to include a gift, please let us know so we thank you properly and welcome you to our ever-growing group of very special supporters, each determined to put an end to childhood cancer.
Thank you for your support.