Having the ‘will’ to make a difference

Having the ‘will’ to make a difference

Research has found that nearly one-third of Australians hope to leave a gift to charity but only 7.5 percent follow through with it.  Support groups, sports clubs or the local gallery where so many productive, fun-filled days are spent are not often considered.

Longtime Snowdome stakeholders are loyal because you believe that Snowdome makes a difference to your lives and to the broader community. A gift to the Snowdome Foundation in your will could make a lasting contribution in the fight to find a cure for blood cancers.

Finding a cancer cure can take more than just one lifetime. Your gift could provide ongoing funding for Australian researchers to advance new treatments, help facilitate clinical trials of new therapies and ultimately help ‘make hope real’ for Australians with blood cancers.

How to leave a gift in your will to the Snowdome Foundation:

Once you have provided for loved ones, please consider including the Snowdome Foundation in your will. In most cases, it is a simple process to write or revise a will to include the Snowdome Foundation.  Your efforts will help bring next-generation treatments to improve the lives of Australians living with leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma.

Simple steps for remembering the Snowdome Foundation in your will:

  1. Consult your legal adviser to ensure the type of gift you have chosen best reflects your intentions.
  2. Discuss your decision with your family and loved ones. This will ensure they understand and support your reasons for choosing to help the Snowdome Foundation in such a powerful way.
  3. Once you have remembered the Snowdome Foundation in your will, please let a member of Snowdome know. While you do not need to tell us, we would love the opportunity to thank you for your kindness and generosity.