Things to consider
Tell your loved ones
It is very important that you let your loved ones know about your plans to leave a gift in Will and discuss with them why our work is important to you. We would also welcome their involvement so they can learn the impact of your planned gift.
Gifts come in all shapes and sizes
Gifts in Will can be a specific monetary value, property or they can be a percentage of an estate or a share portfolio.
No matter the size of your gift, it will be very gratefully received
Any gift you generously make will be a valuable contribution towards the future of blood cancer. A gift in your Will is a simple way to support people living with blood cancer without affecting your current lifestyle and financial situation.
Let the Leukaemia Foundation know
If you have decided to leave a gift in your Will, we would love to hear from you. Knowing about these gifts can help ensure your wishes are fulfilled. And most importantly, we’d love the chance to say thank you.
If you would like confidential assistance regarding establishing a gift in your Will please contact:
Emma Quigley, Gifts in Wills Officer
Phone: 07 3318 4459
Mobile: 0435 962 162
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