Including a gift to the Mito Foundation in your will can help us fund vital research, support those with mitochondrial disease and raise awareness of this devastating condition.
When the time is right for you and after taking care of your loved ones, we ask that you consider leaving a gift to the Mito Foundation in your will.
There are many practical issues to consider when writing a will, and we strongly advise you to seek professional legal and financial advice.
Need more information? Email us at email@example.com or call (02) 8033 4113 for a confidential discussion.
Key Information Required
The following key information is required by your solicitor for the preparation of your will:
|Legal Name:||Australian Mitochondrial Disease Foundation Limited|
|ABN:||84 135 324 391|
|Registered Address:||Unit 3|
|21 Mary St|
|Surry Hills, NSW 2010|
If you have complicated estate or wish to specify how your gift will be used, please contact us.
Please Let Us Know
After you have completed the formalities to include the Mito Foundation as a beneficiary in your will, please let us know. You need only tell us as much information as you wish and it does not change your right to amend or update your wishes if circumstances change.
Knowing of your bequest allows us to plan our future distribution of research and support funds with more confidence, and of course it allows us to acknowledge your donation in person.
You will have the satisfaction of knowing you will help us continue in our mission to research for a cure, provide support to patients and their families and educate medical profession and general public about mitochondrial disease.