Leave a Gift in Will

Pam Ganly

“Leaving a gift in your Will gives you the opportunity to support something you are passionate about – like helping to beat blood cancers.”

Pam Ganley was inspired to leave a gift in her Will after seeing how her parents had supported the Leukaemia Foundation.

When it comes to your Will, it’s important to look after those who are important to you. For many people, making a provision in your Will to ensure the health and well-being of fellow Queenslanders is also important and extremely admirable.

Whether it is because you have had a personal connection with the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland or you simply appreciate the services available for those in need, your support is greatly appreciated.

Leaving the Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland a gift in your Will means that essential services such as accommodation for patients during treatment, financial support, and counselling services can continue to be provided for people with all types of blood cancers, including leukaemialymphoma, and myeloma.

Your lasting gift will not only deliver these services, but it will also benefit countless others and will continue to do so for many years to come as we increase our commitment to research investment.

The consideration of a gift in your Will is an honourable act of kindness. Please know that every gift, no matter how large or small, is an important step in beating blood cancers.

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More information

Download the Leukaemia Foundation Gift in Will booklet. We can also post you a printed copy of this booklet – just contact our Donor Liaison Officer using the details below.

Contact us

If you would like confidential assistance regarding establishing a gift in your Will please contact:

Emma Quigley, Donor Liaison Officer
Phone: 07 3318 4459
Mobile: 0407 176 487
Email: equigley@leukaemia.org.au

Independent advice

The Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland recommends that you obtain independent legal advice from a solicitor or the Public Trustee when updating or making a new Will.

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