Disease, it affects us all. To support our family, friends and ourselves we turn to medical research.


Supporting Garvan’s research is supporting transformative science into over 50 of the most prevalent diseases today; from multiple sclerosis, brain cancer, and autoimmune disease to type 1 diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, kidney disease, and breast cancer.


Leaving a gift in your Will to Garvan is a meaningful way to make a lasting impact on the health and lives of your loved ones, friends and communities – now and in the future.

Any questions? We would love to answer them with no obligation or expectations. Please complete the form below and we will reply to your questions and include our free Bequest Giving Guide.
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Contact

Contact Donna Mason, Bequest Manager if you would prefer more personal information about considering a future gift in your Will to Garvan. Your enquiry will be treated confidentially and without any obligation.

Phone: (02) 9295 8559
Emailbequests@garvan.org.au 

Donna Mason

Bequest Manager & Partner for the Future

“I know the legacy I leave will help not only my family but everyone else’s too”

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We're pleased to send you our free Bequest Giving Guide as a PDF. By filling in the above form, we'll send you an email with a download link. If you prefer a printed copy of the guide, please let us know and we will happily post this to you. We may contact you at some point in the future to check if you received our guide, and if you have any questions about how bequests are managed at Garvan. 

 

Garvan’s crucial medical research depends on the generosity of our supporters – thank you for considering a future gift in your Will to help others