A Gift in Your Will

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After providing for your loved ones, we are grateful to the thoughtful supporters who decide to leave a gift in their Will to the Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Throughout our history, gifts in Wills have transformed the lives of our Hospital community. By leaving a gift in your Will today you have the unique opportunity to give our most vulnerable babies, children and families the very best start in life.

Gifts in Wills are supporting the work of Professor Simon Barry, WCH researcher and Chief Medical Scientist, pictured above with cancer patient, Zahli. 

A gift with lasting impact

When you leave a gift to the WCH Foundation in your Will, you are choosing to make a lasting difference to something you care for deeply. Your support means exceptional health care, skilled Hospital staff, high-quality equipment, specialist support programs, and researchers at the forefront of finding treatments and cures.

Your gift will touch the lives of countless babies, children and families who rely on our Hospital. There is no greater gift you can make to the health and care of future generations in South Australia and beyond.

To learn more about our impact, read our Impact Report.

Important Information for your Solicitor

Our organisation details

Name: Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation Incorporated
ABN: 99 682 331 968
Registered address: 55 King William Road, North Adelaide, SA 5006

Suggested wording for your Will

“I, (your name), give to the Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation Incorporated (ABN 99 682 331 968)

the rest and residue of my estate; or
_____ per cent of my Estate; or
_____ per cent of the residue of my Estate; or
the sum of $_______

Free of all duties and testamentary expenses for its general purposes and I direct that the receipt of the Chief Executive Officer or other proper officer of that organisation shall be sufficient discharge to my executor who shall not be bound to see the application of my gift.”

Download our fact sheet with important details for your solicitor when preparing your Will.