Leave a gift in your Will

A lasting gift: a future without dementia

Making a Will and leaving a lasting gift is a very personal decision.

A Will ensures your wishes will be honoured and is your first step in supporting your loved ones and the causes you care about.


A gift in your Will could help create a future where all people impacted by dementia receive the care and support they choose. Your gift, just like Noel and Jenny’s, means we can keep working towards a future without dementia.

Noel and I have received an enormous amount of quality support from Dementia Australia, both as individuals and as a couple. We decided the only way we could really support Dementia Australia financially was to give a gift through our Will – a simple decision really.

– Jenny, Dementia Australia Advocate and Memory Keeper.


Your gift can help us to achieve more for people living with dementia. It can help advance crucial research, and it can fund the best services available via cutting-edge programs. For carers like Janet, this can be absolutely vital.

No other organisation has been able to support people like me who cared for a loved one with dementia such as Dementia Australia. The knowledge that you’re not alone on a journey that can be very isolating is reassuring. Dementia Australia always has been and always will remain the charity of choice for my gift in my Will.

– Janet, Memory Keeper.


There are a variety of ways to leave a gift to Dementia Australia in your Will. We recommend you consult a legal advisor, such as a solicitor or trustee to ensure your Will is valid according to the laws in your State or Territory.

If you would like to learn more about leaving a gift in your Will, or if you are a solicitor or trustee preparing a Will, please contact our Bequest Specialist, Iuliana Tristram.

Information for legal professionals