Leave a gift in your Will
By remembering us in your Will, you will help ensure we can continue working as hard as we can for generations to come.
The Will to save lives
Your Will is one of the most important documents that you sign during your lifetime. It is the only way you can be sure that your wishes will be carried out, that your loved one are provided for and that the causes that matter to you are given the opportunity to continue for the next generation. A Will is so much more than a legal document – it is an ongoing expression of your values.
As our population grows and ages, the demand for public healthcare is ever increasing. Although the government provides us with the essentials, there is always more that can be done to ensure that we continue to lead the way with the best patient care and ground-breaking medical research.
For many of us, a gift in our Will is a chance for us to make a bigger contribution at a time when we are able to share the wealth that we worked so hard for during our lifetime. It is a rare opportunity to make a lasting impact for the people and the causes that we care so deeply about.
With little or no impact on your lifestyle today, a gift in your Will is one of the most powerful ways you can ensure The Alfred can continue to be here for our community, long into the future.
If you would like more information or wish to discuss any details in confidence, please contact Sue Mason, Bequests and Planned Giving Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Alfred is an amazing place of hope and healing. The care my family and I have received here has been life-saving.
I want The Alfred to continue as a modern, state-of-the-art hospital providing the most innovative medical care in my lifetime and beyond. While my contributions aren’t huge, I’m happy knowing that my bequest will help the Alfred to continue being the incredible place that it is, helping so many people.
Please refer to the Always Yours, Always Alfred booklet below about how to leave a gift in your Will to The Alfred.
In 2008, The Alfred established a Chair in Infectious Disease Epidemiology, thanks to generous funding from the James and Elsie Borrowman Trust. This distinguished position was a major career development milestone of one of Australia’s leading infectious diseases experts – Professor Allen Cheng.
The Alfred’s helipad provides a lifesaving service for all Victorians. For over 30 years it has received more than 10,000 patients requiring critical lifesaving care, including from the Bali bombings, the Longford gas explosion, Black Summer and Black Saturday bushfires and more recently the White Island volcano eruption in New Zealand.