One decision today can change a person’s life tomorrow.
Including a bequest in your Will is one of the most special and powerful things you can do in your lifetime.
We recognise and encourage that you need to provide for your family and friends first. And we are most grateful for any support that you can provide today and into the future.
By remembering the Epilepsy Foundation with a gift in your Will (also known as a bequest), your decision today will help support those living with epilepsy well into the future.
When my husband Colin and I were told Goldie has epilepsy, it took a while to process that diagnosis. It’s hard to explain to people that Goldie will not grow out of epilepsy.
I didn’t realise how serious and how longterm epilepsy is. I thought epilepsy was from flashing lights that led to convulsing seizures. I didn’t have that understanding just yet and I certainly didn’t know there were so many different types of epilepsy.
Epilepsy is not just a rough road, it can also be a lonely road. The Epilepsy Foundation is the reason we are not alone. I rang the Foundation and found caring people on the other end of the phone helping me to understand, giving me the information I needed and being there to listen to me.Charlene, mum of Goldie
Your gift will help us continue to innovate, explore and implement the very best programs and services; work with researchers and the medical community to find new and improved treatments and strive for a cure; and give those living with epilepsy access to the information, support and care they will need.
Your one decision, to include the Epilepsy Foundation in your Will, can change people’s lives forever.
Wording your Will
It’s important to use the correct wording in your will if you wish to include the Epilepsy Foundation. Use our guide “Wording your Will” for assistance.
For more information about leaving a bequest, please read our online brochure by clicking the image below. You can also call us on (03) 8809 0600, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.