Leave a lasting legacy
By gifting to Flinders Foundation in your Will, your legacy will extend far beyond your lifetime, leaving a lasting mark on research and patient care advances for generations to come.
Thanks to your generosity, we’ll help fund the best minds to tackle some of the greatest health challenges of our time.
And while we're at it, we’ll do our best to make sure our community receives the best care possible.
A simple and profound impact
A gift in your Will is an easy yet profound way to make a difference, lighting the path for a healthier, happier community. You can also honour a family member with a tribute gift, spreading the beacon of hope even wider.
Our dedicated team is here to guide you every step of the way. Simply get in touch, and we'll provide all the information you need to make a lasting impact. We recommend consulting with your legal service to ensure your wishes are honoured, and we encourage open conversations with family and friends to gain their support and understanding.
Types of gifts
Donate a portion or percentage of your estate, ensuring that your gift adjusts according to the value of your assets.
Specify an amount to leave in your Will, a pecuniary gift that can support a chosen area of research or development at Flinders Foundation.
Leave items of value, such as artworks, jewellery, special collections or shares as a meaningful contribution.
Suggested wording for your Will
To include a gift in your Will, please take this information with you when you visit your legal service to prepare your Will.
I give to Flinders Foundation (ABN 66 833 644 600)…
the rest and residue of my Estate, or
______ percent of my Estate, or
______ percent of the residue of my Estate, or
the sum of $_____
…for its general purposes free of all duties and taxes payable upon or in consequence of my death and I declare that the receipt of its Executive Director or other authorised officer shall be sufficient discharge to my executors for this bequest.
Flinders Foundation acknowledges the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of the land on which the Flinders precinct was established. We acknowledge the Kaurna people’s deep and ongoing connection to land, waters and community, and pay our respect to their Elders, past and present.