A gift in your Will saves lives
Every single gift, no matter how large or small, is vitally important to Buderim Private Hospital.
Gifts in Wills provide us with the funds to improve the quality of care and health of our patients. They provide a lasting contribution in advancing our understanding of a wide range of medical conditions and diseases, and help shape the future of medical treatment.
A gift in your Will could help fund and develop vital programs and services, such as:
- Our world-class structural heart program.
- Life-saving medical equipment.
- Modern facilities and one-on-one maternity care.
- Our comprehensive Breast Clinic and the Cindy Mackenzie Breast Cancer Program.
- The state-of-the-art Cooinda Mental Health Service.
Your gift will also ensure peace of mind for patients and their families for generations to come.
How to leave a gift in your Will
A Will is important to ensure your estate is distributed to the people and organisations you care about the most.
After you have provided for your loved ones, you may like to leave a gift in your Will (also known as a bequest) to Buderim Private Hospital, knowing that you are helping to save lives and improve the care of thousands of patients, keeping families healthier and together, for longer.
Please consider leaving a gift in your Will to Buderim Private Hospital of:
- Whole of your Estate
- Percentage of your Estate
- Residue of your Estate, or
- Specific gift of money, shares, property or other investments.
“I ……………….give …………………….. to Buderim Private Hospital (ABN: 87 842 457 440) (or any predecessor or successor of it), to be applied for its general purposes. I declare the receipt of an authorised officer of Buderim Private Hospital will be sufficient discharge of the bequest to my Executor / Trustee.”
Who to contact
If you are considering leaving a gift in your Will to Buderim Private Hospital, or would like further information or support, please contact our Gifts in Wills Manager for a confidential discussion on 1800 961 551 or email email@example.com.
We would be more than happy to discuss how you can help, or we can provide guidance on suggested wording that you can take to your solicitor.
Leaving a gift in your Will means your legacy will make a difference for future generations who need critical care and life-saving procedures.