Are you thinking about writing your Will?
Having a valid Will in place is the most effective way to plan for the future and ensure that your final wishes are carried out. However writing or updating this can be overwhelming for individuals or families, with many West Australians seeking legal advice when drafting their Will.
Writing a Will for others
To recognise Include a Charity Week, when writing a Will for a client after considering their family and friends, please ask them to consider a charitable gift to help us to continue to improve cancer outcomes for future generations.
As a community-funded organisation, Cancer Council WA relies on donations, fundraising and support to continue funding life-saving cancer research, running statewide prevention programs and providing much-needed support to West Australian families affected by cancer.
If you’re a legal professional writing a Will on behalf of a client who wishes to leave a gift to Cancer Council WA, then we’d love to thank them for their generosity and foresight. We’d also like to extend an invitation for them to join a special group of Cancer Council WA supporters known as the Clive Deverall Society.
Any West Australian leaving a gift to Cancer Council WA in their Will, no matter the size, makes a real difference in helping us reduce the impact and incidence of cancer in our community.
Writing your own Will
To ensure accuracy when writing your will, we have a range of resources available for you on our website.
When drafting a Will for yourself, or on behalf of a client, it is important to use the following details if you are including a gift to Cancer Council WA:
Correct legal name: Cancer Council Western Australia (Inc)
ABN: 15 190 821 561
Address: L1/420 Bagot Road, Subiaco, WA, 6008
Telephone number: (08) 9212 4333