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Bequests

Giving to Karingal, through a donation or a bequest in your Will ensures that the future of your son, daughter, family member or friend is more secure and that Karingal is able to support future generations of people with a disability. You can do this through:

  • a fixed dollar amount
  • a property
  • part or all of your estate 

Your gift could:

  • Support Karingal's building programs and projects equipping supported accommodation or respite housing
  • Support the provision of professional staff to provide personal care, work and life options for people with special needs
  • Be for a very special purpose that is nominated by you. This can be discussed with a representative of the Karingal Foundation.

For no obligation advice or assistance in considering Karingal in your Will, contact:
 
Manager, Karingal BacLinks Foundation
Phone: 61 03 5222 7445
Email: foundation@karingal.org.au

Postal Address:

PO Box 558,
Belmont VIC 3216

Location:

Kardinia House
1 Riverview Tce
Belmont VIC 3216

 
 

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