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Gift in your Will



Like so many of our donors, you too can decide to leave a gift to Cancer Council in your will and help fund life-saving work that wil support so many others in the future. Your bequest is more than a gift - it is a lifetime of hope!

 


Your stories

Including a bequest is not an alternative to looking after your family, it’s a part of it. Read why some of our supporters are leaving us a gift of hope for the future.

Read their stories


How to leave a gift?

We take you through the steps of making or changing a will and advice on how to leave a gift to Cancer Council.

  • Making a will
  • Updating a will
  • Wording for a bequest to Cancer Council

How to leave a bequest in your will

 

Why leaving a gift matters

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

  • Funding research is the key to finding answers to our questions about cancer
  • Supporting patients and carers in your community
  • Our commitment to you

Why your bequest matters

 

Leaving a gift in your will...

What kind of gift can I leave in my will?

Family and loved ones come first, however setting aside a small percentage of your estate will have a benefit to those who will need future research and suppport from Cancer Council.

  • Understand different types of gifts
  • Professional, indepedent advice

Read more about types of gifts

 

Contact us

To find out more about the work being carried out in your community or to confidentially discuss leaving a bequest to Cancer Council please contact us. We would welcome the opportunity to chat with you and provide information to assist with this very personal decision.

Contact us


This page was last updated on: Wednesday, August 31, 2016