Gifts in Wills
By including Breast Cancer Care WA in your future planning, you will be helping a small WA-based charity to continue providing specialist breast care nursing, counselling and financial hardship support to over 1,300 people diagnosed with breast cancer in WA each year. Being diagnosed with breast cancer can be one of the most stressful times in a person’s life. As young mum Emma said:
I was shocked for days after my diagnosis, I had so many questions to ask, what type of treatment will I need, is it anywhere else in my body, will it come back later in life, will I survive to see my beautiful girls grow up?Emma – Young Mother
Founded in 2000, Breast Cancer Care WA’s team of trained professionals work holistically to create tailored solutions to the challenges faced by people like Emma. Our aim is to ensure all West Australians have access to the very best education, support and services available and to help them feel supported and cared for during their cancer journey.
A bequest to Breast Cancer Care WA
Bequests are a great source of income. They are also the greatest commitment a supporter can demonstrate. By leaving a bequest to Breast Cancer Care WA, after providing for family and loved ones, you can help us to continue to provide our services free of charge to people diagnosed with breast cancer in WA.
As Breast Cancer Care WA does not receive any government funding, the level of service we can provide is only limited to the generosity of the WA community. So whether the gift you leave in your Will to Breast Cancer Care WA is large or small, it will be greatly appreciated and will make a huge difference to the level of support we can provide.