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Leave a bequest to Melba Support Services in your will, and you will make a difference for many years to come. Contribute to our vision for Individuals with a disability living everyday lives.
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Make a Bequest

Knowing that what you do today can change the future is a great feeling.  And that’s exactly what making a bequest can do.

After you have looked after your loved ones, you may consider choosing a charity to support in your Will.  If you find yourself in this position, we ask that you consider Melba Support Services.

With more than 45 years’ experience in delivering high quality, individualised services to people with disabilities, you can trust that your gift will positively impact future generations and make a real difference in people’s lives, long after you’re gone.

If you would like to include Melba in your Will, below is some suggested wording for use:

“I give, devise and bequeath free of all duties and debts the sum of X (or property located at X) to Melba Support Services Inc (“Melba”) for its general purposes. If at my death Melba has changed its name, has been the subject of a corporate restructure or has merged or amalgamated with another company, trust or corporation, this gift is to the successor organisation. I direct that the receipt of the Treasurer, Secretary, or proper officer for the time being of Melba (or its successor organisation) will be a full and sufficient discharge to my trustee(s).”

For more information, please contact Dave Glazebrook or download Melba’s Bequest Brochure here:

Bequest Brochure

David Glazebrook
Phone: 0407 093 146 or 9212 0111
Email: david.glazebrook@melbasupport.com.au

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