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Bequests are a simple yet very effective way to support the causes that matter most to you, and it has no impact on your life as it is today. Every bequest, no matter how large or small, is very significant as it allows us to plan ahead and support people affected by stroke for the long term. Stroke Central Region Inc. is self managed and self funding. More than ever in today’s uncertain economic climate, we have become increasingly dependent upon the generosity of individuals to ensure our our ongoing financial viability. We are the only provider of Field Officer support services to Stroke survivors and their families in the Central Region. Whilst we do receive support from Government sources, we are heavily reliant on generosity of our members, the proceeds of Fundraising Events, Charitable Trusts and Service Organisations for our outgoing funding needs. All funds raised in the Central Region are used to support the local Field Officer Service ensuring that this essential local community service is available when it is needed. Funding from our members can originate from:
  • Annual Subscriptions and donations during the member’s lifetime.
  • Bequests to Stroke Central Region Inc. in terms of the Member’s will.

Estate Giving

Our organisation exists to improve the quality of life of those affected by stroke. Bearing in mind the ongoing requirements for extensive funding, the time is opportune for members, supporters and friends of Stroke Central Region Inc to consider remembering our foundation in their wills. If you would like to support Stroke Central Region Inc. you should contact your solicitor and ask that the following clause be inserted in your Will: … I give and bequeath to Stroke Central Region Inc for the general purposes (or a specific purpose) of the said Foundation the sum of $ … (or description of the property given) and declare that the receipt of the Chief Executive/Secretary or other proper Officer of the said Stroke Central Region Inc shall be good and sufficient discharge to my Trustees. (NB: Bequests are free from Estate Duty).