By naming Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation in your Will, you’re making a significant contribution to the prevention and treatment of horrendous childbirth injuries.
A gift in your Will to Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation is an easy and thoughtful way to leave a lasting tribute to a wonderful cause. A gift in your Will is an enduring contribution to the treatment and prevention of devastating childbirth injuries in Ethiopia.
Types of Gifts in Will
Here are four easy options for leaving a gift in your Will:
- The residue: Whatever is left in your Estate after you have taken care of your loved ones.
- A percentage: A flexible way to give as you don’t have to adjust the value of your gift to account for inflation or changes to your total assets.
- Fixed amount: A specific sum.
- A specific asset: Real estate, shares, bonds or other items of value.
Simply ask your Solicitor to include the following wording in your Will, or as a Codicil to your Will.
I give to Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation (ACN 159 647 499), to be used to support Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia, all of my residuary estate OR
___ percentage of my residuary estate OR
The sum of $____ OR
(list asset or assets)
I declare that the receipt of the Company Secretary or other authorised officer shall be a complete and sufficient discharge for my executor(s).
Getting in touch
If you have already named Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation or Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia (Australia) in your Will, or would like more information, please contact [email protected] or call +61 2 9440 7001. By letting us know, we can thank you, record your planned gift and ensure you receive regular updates about the programs your gift will support.
We are all committed to ensuring Dr Catherine Hamlin’s vision to eradicate obstetric fistula in Ethiopia becomes a reality. Thank you for your support and for considering Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation in your Will.
When I die, this place will go on for many, many years until we have eradicated fistula altogether… Bequests help to ensure that future generations of women who suffer the debilitating effects of obstetric fistula will receive the treatment they need.”
– Dr Catherine Hamlin