Making a charitable bequest is one of the most profound decisions a person can make. For many people, leaving a gift in their Will to charity is the opportunity to make a donation far greater than one they may be able to make during their lifetime.

Talking about Wills with loved ones remains an awkward prospect for many, yet it’s important not to shy away from the conversation. If we don’t make our legacy wishes clear, we risk not having them carried out as planned. To help take the discomfort out of discussing your legacy, Include a Charity has created a complete guide to help you demystify your Will and share your wishes with your loved ones.

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This free guide is packed with tips and insights from experts that will help you approach this sensitive topic with confidence.

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Don’t let your gift in Will be a surprise.

Where there’s a Will, there’s a family. And, it can prove difficult to navigate how to have the right conversation with your loved ones about your Will. However, a Will is about your life and the values you hold dear. Leaving a gift in your Will gives you the power to make a positive impact on the lives of your loved ones and the world they live in.

We want to support you as best as we can in your bequest journey. It’s time to make your mark on the world while keeping your family informed and involved.

To begin making the world a little brighter, download your free gift in Will guide below or fill in the form at the top of the page.



Include a Charity is a campaign of Fundraising Institute Australia. Our goal is to encourage more people in Australia to expand the impact they have on society by leaving a charitable gift in their Will.

We are a collaboration of many charities in Australia, spanning a broad range of causes from medical research, education and animal welfare to the environment, community services, the arts and more.

By working together, we can raise the profile of charitable gifts in Wills, increase the funds invested in the charitable sector and enable for-purpose organisations to have an even bigger impact in the world.