Donations & Bequests
Your support will help us to:
- respond to requests for assistance at a very stressful time
- help people access palliative care and other relevant services
- provide information about palliative care in community languages
- strengthen the involvement of volunteers in palliative care
- support the development and provision of high quality palliative care.
We welcome the opportunity to discuss how your financial support can make a difference.
Donate to support our work
Small or large, regular or one-off, donations help us to make a difference!
You can donate in a number of ways:
- Secure online payment: click here to donate securely online (Mastercard or Visa). You will be taken to our secure donation page.
- Send a cheque or money order to us:Palliative Care Victoria, Level 2, 182 Victoria Parade, East Melbourne VIC 3002
- Phone Palliative Care Victoria on (03) 9662 9644 and provide details of your credit card.
Palliative Care Victoria is a registered charity with deductible gift recipient status. All donations over $2 are tax deductible and we will provide a receipt.
We respect the privacy of donations and do not pass on contact details.We do not use letter campaigns or phone calls to request donations.
Leave a bequest
A bequest is a gift made as part of your Will. It can be money, shares, property or other valuable items. In addition to leaving a gift in your Will to family and other loved ones, we invite you to consider a gift to support the work of Palliative Care Victoria. When making a gift to a charity in your Will, you can choose from these options:
A residual bequest
After payment of all expenses, debts, and gifts specified to family and others, the remainder of the estate is to be given to one or more named charities.
A percentage bequest
This is a gift expressed as a percentage of your estate. Changes in the value or make-up of your estate over time don’t matter.
A specific bequest
A specific gift is named in your Will – such as an amount of money, property or stocks and shares.
You give the whole estate to the charity. This occurs if there are no family or other beneficiaries, or the person wishes to make a big difference with their gift to a specific cause.