A gift in your will has lasting impact
A world without blood cancer could be the long-lasting legacy you leave behind to your loved ones.
When you leave a bequest to the ALLG, you are providing some of Australia’s leading researchers with the power to end blood cancer sooner.
We are always extremely grateful to those who leave their last gift to the advancement of blood cancer research. Whether the gift is cash, a whole or percentage of an estate, antique jewellery, paintings, real estate or shares, the ALLG is honoured to continue its vital work with the support of generous bequestors.
How to leave a bequest
Leaving a legacy gift in your will is an important decision, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. Your legal adviser can help you ensure that your gift is directed as you wish. Further information about bequests and suggested wording for a bequest to the ALLG can be found here.
We would love to hear from you if you have decided to leave a gift in your will to the ALLG. Please notify us in writing of your intention to make a bequest by filling out the Bequest Intention Form, or send us a copy of the relevant section of your will or a letter of confirmation from your solicitor.
When you leave a gift to the ALLG in your will, you provide our talented doctors and researchers with the vital tools they need to uncover new ways to treat and prevent blood cancer. Leaving a legacy, you will help make some of the most significant breakthroughs in blood cancer research possible.
Detailed Information on leaving a bequest to Australasian Lymphoma and Leukaemia Group.
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Thank you for choosing to make a bequest to the Australasian Leukaemia and Lymphoma Group (ALLG). A bequest is a special, highly-valued gift that will benefit the ALLG research for many years to come.
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