Membership into the David Brownbill Bequest Society is complimentary to all supporters who generously commit to fighting stroke through the inclusion of a gift to Stroke Foundation in their Will.
Together, we can create a brighter future for stroke survivors and their families and leave a legacy of hope and healing for generations to come.
Learn more about how to leave a gift in your Will to the Stroke Foundation
Our generous supporters
We are honoured to recognize and celebrate our supporters who have generously included a gift in their Will to Stroke Foundation.
Their selfless act of giving not only demonstrates their commitment to helping those affected by stroke, but also ensures that their legacy will continue to make a lasting impact for generations to come. Through their kindness, we are able to continue our mission of promoting stroke prevention and recovery and providing vital support to survivors of stroke and their families.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all who have left a gift in their Will to Stroke Foundation, including those who wish to remain anonymous.
Meet our Ambassadors
Become an Ambassador
Join us in our efforts to honour the generous supporters who have left a gift in their Wills to Stroke Foundation by becoming a David Brownbill Bequest Society Ambassador!
As an Ambassador, you will be able to help us recognize and celebrate the legacy of those who, like you, have made a lasting impact on Stroke Foundation. You'll also receive invitations to Stroke Foundation events near you.
By promoting the benefits of leaving a gift in a Will to our cause, you will be able to encourage others to consider doing the same and help us continue to make a difference in the lives of survivors of stroke and their families.
About David Brownbill
"We thank you and recognise your wonderful support, having made the generous decision to include a gift in your Will to Stroke Foundation."
Mr David Brownbill AMThe Bequest Society's name was chosen in honour of Neurosurgeon Mr David Brownbill AM, who in 1983 was one of our two founders. Mr David Brownbill AM and co-founder Sir John Holland, created a research foundation to improve the treatment of stroke and other diseases…
The Bequest Society's name was chosen in honour of Neurosurgeon Mr David Brownbill AM, who in 1983 was one of our two founders.
Mr David Brownbill AM and co-founder Sir John Holland, created a research foundation to improve the treatment of stroke and other diseases of the brain and nervous system.
In 1996, stroke was identified as one of Australia’s health priority areas of need, and the fledgling research organisation formally became the National Stroke Foundation.
With heartfelt thanks to Mr David Brownbill’s tenure, Stroke Foundation has championed breakthrough stroke research and successfully advocated for access to innovative treatments. In addition, we have increased public awareness in stroke prevention and recognition, have supported thousands of survivors of stroke and educated health professionals to deliver best-practice care for more than a quarter of a century.
Mr David Brownbill, is a champion to Stroke Foundation in another way, he has made the incredible decision to leave a gift in his Will to ensure Stroke Foundation can continue to work towards a future where stroke can no longer take what we love.