Gifts in Wills
By giving a gift in your will to Connectivity, you can make a real difference to improve the lives of people affected by TBI, their families and carers. Every gift, large or small, helps us work towards achieving a healthier Australia through enhanced knowledge and management of TBI.
Naturally you’ll want to look after your loved ones first. All we ask is that after remembering your family and friends, you consider leaving a gift in your will to Connectivity.
Gifts left to charities in wills come in all different shapes and sizes and giving a gift in your will is not just for wealthy people – it is for anybody thinking about doing something powerful, special and lasting.
The need is great. That’s why we’re asking as many of our supporters as possible to consider including a gift in their will.
What a gift in your will can do
Your gift will help Connectivity:
- raise awareness of and educate on traumatic brain injury in the community
- improve outcomes for individuals that experience a traumatic brain injury
- support people living with traumatic brain injury and their families
- connect the traumatic brain injury community to help co-design research
- promote research into traumatic brain injury and translate outcomes.
Your kindness can also support our work to increase understanding of TBI in the wider community and to inform underserved and at-risk groups including CALD, indigenous and disadvantaged communities.
A few words in your will can make a world of difference for generations of people affected by TBI and their families.
How to include a gift in your will
Everyone should have a will as it gives you the power to choose how your assets can benefit your loved ones and the world you leave behind.
Making or updating a will is simple – just ask your solicitor to include the type of gift of your choosing. Please make sure that they include our correct legal name Connectivity Traumatic Brain Injury Australia, address C/- Curtin University Level 3, 8 Verdun Street, Nedlands WA 6009, ABN 55639628701.
“I give free of all duties or taxes…
[Please insert here the appropriate statement selected from the six options below. Your solicitor can explain the differences between each of these options:]
- the whole of my estate
- [insert number] percent of my estate
- the residue of my estate
- [insert number] percent of the residue of my estate
- the sum of $ [insert value of your gift]
- [insert number] of my [insert name of shares] shares.
…to Connectivity Traumatic Brain Injury Australia, address C/- Curtin University Level 3, 8 Verdun Street, Nedlands WA 6009, ABN 55639628701 for its general purposes. The official receipt of the organisation shall be a full and sufficient discharge to my executor.”
Get in touch
If you have already included a gift in your will, please accept our heartfelt thanks for your thoughtfulness, foresight and generosity. Please let us know so that we can thank you personally for your thoughtfulness and we can give you a choice about how we might recognise you and how you would like us to communicate with you.
If you have any questions about leaving a gift in your will to Connectivity please contact us via email or phone 0408 496 267.