Leaving a gift in your Will to Cure for Stroke Australia is one of the most meaningful ways to ensure vital research continues to improve diagnosis, treatment, management and prevent stroke for your loved ones in years to come.
Types of Gifts
A percentage gift is a nominated percentage of your estate.
A specific gift is a nominated gift of money, property or item of value.
A residual gift is what remains of your estate after family and friends have been provided for.
In leaving a gift in your Will to Cure for Stroke Australia you are choosing to support stroke research that is important to you and your family. You can also choose to support a specific research fellowship or a student scholarship as a personal legacy.
We would be pleased to assist you with more information regarding a bequest option that will be most appropriate and beneficial for your lasting legacy. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08 7002 0855.
To ensure that the correct preparation and wording of your gift is recorded in your Will, we suggest you make an appointment with your solicitor.
To make a bequest to Cure for Stroke Australia the following wording may be useful:
“I give (insert the bequest detail – the percentage or residual of the estate or a nominated gift of property, money or item of value) to Cure for Stroke Australia of Head Office 60 Woodville Road, Woodville, South Australia 5011 and I declare that the receipt of the Public Officer, Chief Financial Officer or Chief Executive Officer for the time being shall be sufficient discharge to my Trustee/s for the payment of such benefit.”
If you do intend to make a bequest to Cure for Stroke Australia, we would like to offer our assistance in providing an Intention Form (PDF) for you to download, complete and send back to us.