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Make a gift in your Will 

How do I remember Brain Tumour Alliance Australia (BTAA) in my Will?

 

Once you have taken care of your family, friends and loved ones, your bequest to BTAA can take a number of forms.

  • a percentage of the value of your estate
  • a specified amount of money
  • other items of significant value such as a house
  • a residue of the estate after provision for family and other beneficiaries.

BTAA is not qualified or authorised to provide legal advice. To ensure wishes are clearly and legally documented, consultation with a qualified solicitor or trustee company is recommended. If you would like more assistance please contact chair@btaa.org.au and ask to be put in contact with our volunteer philanthropy manager.

 

Suggested Will wording

 

Below you’ll find some useful advice on how to word your will and the types of gifts you can make as well as the details of who to contact if you need more information or assistance.

 

Note: the X below marks where your designated amounts or descriptions would be required as appropriate

  • I bequeath to Brain Tumour Alliance Australia, Building One, Self Help Organisations United Together (SHOUT), 1 Collett Place, Pearce, ACT, the sum of $X. OR
  • I bequeath to Brain Tumour Alliance Australia, Building One, Self Help Organisations United Together (SHOUT), 1 Collett Place, Pearce, ACT, the sum of X% of my estate. OR
  • I bequeath to Brain Tumour Alliance Australia, Building One, Self Help Organisations United Together (SHOUT), 1 Collett Place, Pearce, ACT, the sum of $X.
  • I make this bequeath free of all charges to Brain Tumour Alliance Australia, Building One, Self Help Organisations United Together (SHOUT), 1 Collett Place, Pearce, ACT (ABN 97733801179) to be used for general purposes. The official receipt of Brain Tumour Alliance Australia will be sufficient acknowledgement of having received this gift.