Gifts in Wills


Become a Research Guardian

no-funding-stamp_cmykOne in eight women (and around 700 men) will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. The National Breast Cancer Foundation’s goal is to reduce the impact of breast cancer through research and achieve zero deaths from breast cancer. If you share this vision, then please consider leaving a gift to the National Breast Cancer Foundation in your Will, and help us work towards a future without breast cancer.

This long-term vision highlights why a gift in your Will is such a unique opportunity to make a difference beyond your lifetime. A gift for the benefit of future generations.  To find out more information about leaving a gift in your Will, download our booklet.

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How to leave a gift in your Will


Make or update your will


Decide on your gift


Notify family and NBCF

Types of gifts in Wills

Types of gifts in wills

Suggested wording

Simply give the following wording to your Solicitor to include in your Will or as a Codicil to your Will once you have decided what kind of gift you would like to include:

“I bequeath to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, ABN 37 144 841 707, to promote and support breast cancer research, (the residue of my estate) or the sum of (a specified sum), or my (specified items), free of all duties and taxes including, if any CGT, and the receipt of the Secretary or other authorised officer for the time being shall be a complete and sufficient discharge for the executor(s).”

Let us know about your gift

If you have decided to leave a gift in your Will to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, please let us know as we would like to welcome you as a Research Guardian.  You will receive exclusive invitations to lab tours and other special events in your state.  We will also keep you up to date on the latest findings in breast cancer research on a regular basis.

no-funding-stamp_cmykContact: call us on 1300 708 763; email us; or contact us online.

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Research Guardian Story

"My mother was 64 when she passed away from breast cancer. Mum received great care and support during her treatment. Leaving a bequest is my way of giving something back and supporting breast cancer research for future generations."