Bequest

 

Bequest and Free Will Service

You can help us meet our long term commitment to medical research now and into the future by leaving a bequest and making your Will a legacy for future generations.

Having a Will helps set your mind at rest that you have taken care of your affairs. A Will states who will benefit from your estate and any bequests to charitable organisations such as the PA Research Foundation. When making a Will your first priority is to ensure that your Will reflects the way you want to look after your family and friends.

Our commitment to you

What can I give?
Bequests can be any gift or donation left in your Will.

You can give:

  • cash
  • property
  • shares
  • personal items
  • specified amount
  • percentage of money
  • specific asset from your estate
  • perpetual gift
  • residuary bequest

How do I leave a gift?
We are very grateful to those that generously remember us in their Will. After taking care of your loved ones, you can choose to leave a gift for a particular research area or allow us to allocate it where it is needed the most.

Contact your solicitor or the executer of your Will to let them know you would like to include the PA Research Foundation in your will.

As your Will is a legal document it is important to have the correct wording to ensure your intentions are clear. You can use the PA Research Foundation Bequest Wording for your Will or as a Codicil to your Will.

Free Will Service
You can choose to update or write you Will yourself but often it is beneficial to have the services of a solicitor. If you are interested in leaving a gift to us for medical research, we can provide a Free Will Service where we meet the solicitor's fee for preparing your Will.

Contact Us
For further information on leaving a gift, you can:

If you would like to discuss your options or interest in leaving a Bequest to the Foundation, please call us for a confidential chat on 07 3176 2359 or email general@pafoundation.org.au