One of the biggest myths is that you need to be wealthy to leave a gift in your Will; this is not true.
You can support a cause you are passionate about and it does not impact you bank balance today.
Many everyday Australians are choosing to include charitable gifts in their Wills. They know they can look after both their loved ones and the causes they cared about during their lifetime.
What can I leave as a Gift in my Will?
A gift that is legally binding by the last and up to date Will. A gift can be a variety of different actions. It can be either:
Residuary gift: After making provision for your family and loved ones, you can choose to give part or the balance of your estate to Stroke Foundation.
Percentage: You can leave a percentage of your entire estate.
Pecuniary gift: You can nominate to give a specific dollar value.
Specific items of value: You can give particular items, such as property, superannuation, shares and life insurance.
Whole estate: You can leave your entire estate to Stroke Foundation
Ordinary Australians leaving an extraordinary legacy
Together, we can protect future generations from the pain of stroke.
Why leave a Gift to Stroke Foundation?
Stroke affects people with dreams, responsibilities, work and interests... and families who love them.How your gift will help us beat stroke
How do I leave a gift in my will?
It is easy to include a gift in your Will. Find out the wordings and steps to include us in your will.Guide to making or updating your will
Get in touch
Our friendly Gifts in Wills team are here to answer any questions that you may have.Read more