Bequests have played an incredibly important role in supporting the University, allowing it to deliver optimum educational and research outcomes for the community, state, national and global priorities. When you leave a gift in your Will you are making an enduring contribution to advance teaching and learning and fast-tracking important discoveries.
I invite you to support this work by considering a bequest to Flinders University.
By making a gift in your Will you will join a community of supporters who also believe in the power of education to transform lives. Together we can ensure that over the course of the next five decades, Flinders continues to remain accessible to students from all backgrounds and means, and attracts the world’s best academics and researchers.
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If you have planned a gift to the University, we encourage you to let us know about it. Notifying us does not alter your right to change or update your wishes if circumstances change, but it does help us plan for the future and gives us an opportunity to recognise your intentions during your lifetime.
Please notify us of your bequest: email@example.com
The University can help you plan a bequest that best fits your wishes. When considering Flinders University in your Will, it is recommended that you seek independent legal advice to ensure it conforms to State laws. If you already have a Will, a Codicil (or supplement) is a quick and easy way to make a gift through your Will.
Any bequest to Flinders University should be made after family and friends have been considered.
Flinders University ABN 65 542 596 200 is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR).
If you wish to include Flinders University in your Will, please download this document (PDF).
You will usually be the type of person who wants to effect change and make a difference. You will be someone who knows that money provides choice and opportunity to enrich and enlighten our world when shared selflessly. You will be the type of person who simply wants to do good for others.
We thank each and every one of you for your kindness and thoughtfulness.
Your generous support will ensure that generations of students, teaching staff and researchers will benefit from enduring investments in:
Flinders University has established the Karmel Endowment Fund which provides income for a wide range of University purposes including the funding of research projects, prizes to students and scholarships. Your gift will be managed by the Fund and will be used according to your wishes.
The responsibility for monitoring the Fund lies with the Chief Financial Officer, the University’s Finance Committee and Council. Performance reports are provided monthly by fund managers and reports are provided to each Finance Committee meeting to enable timely monitoring to occur.
Funds in the Endowment:
In this way your gift will continue into the future to support generations of students and researchers. All gifts go directly to the cause which the gift has been left to. None of the capital is used for administration costs.
Leaving a gift in your Will is often referred to as a bequest. There are two simple ways to remember the University in your Will:
If you don’t have a Will, then the first thing you should do is seek legal advice about creating one. The Public Trustee in your State or Territory can provide advice on making a Will and can help you find a solicitor.
Alumna and our longest-serving donor, Erica Jolly has informed us of here intention to leave a bequest to Flinders.Find out more
Through planning and foresight Jenny's great commitment will be felt for generations to come.Find out more
The Heaslip Bequest to Medical Education has greatly assisted Flinders University’s mission to pursue excellence in contemporary teaching.Find out more
Dr Nele Findlay's estate bequeathed an artwork collection to the Flinders University Museum of Art.Find out more
The DH Schultz Bequest has allowed for Professor Craig Simmons to be the inaugural Schultz Chair.Find out more
The Isherwood Bequest was critical in establishing the Flinders Centre for Science Education in the 21st Century.Find out more
Emeritus Professor Doug Henderson AO has left a bequest to researchers at Flinders.Find out more
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