Consider leaving a gift in your Will
To help make independence possible
You can create a lifetime of real possibilities for people with disability by including Endeavour Foundation as a beneficiary in your Will.
Did you know?
Once you have shared your estate with your loved ones, you may wish to include a percentage to aid our most marginalised and vulnerable Australians.
Your gift to people with disability can be anything from a life well-lived. You can gift any sum of money, specific items or even one percent in your Will, to create change now and into the future.
It’s up to you; talk to your family first and ring your solicitor to provide our charitable name Endeavour Foundation and ABN 80 009 670 704.
How your gift helps people with disability
Your gift can help champion inclusion, access and opportunities for people with disability.
The generosity of supporters like you could aid in funding specialised housing, training and skill-building for employment, new learning technologies, and community engagement opportunities. Each of those services enables them to live their best lives now and in the future.Find out more
Talk to us about your gift
Did you know that around half of income we receive from gifts in Wills comes from people who never shared their plans with us?
If you are considering leaving a gift in your Will, we encourage you to let Endeavour Foundation know. We appreciate your generosity and passion, and would love to thank you appropriately. From here, we can have a friendly and confidential conversation about how we will use your gift.
Your guide to remembering us
- Contact our Philanthropy Manager, Sharon Wood by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Discuss your intentions with your loved ones, to ensure that they understand your reasons for supporting us through your Will.
- Consult your solicitor to ensure you have chosen options that best reflect your wishes. We recommend you seek the advice of an independent solicitor or qualified legal advisor before making or revising your Will. We strongly recommend you seek qualified advice about your choice of executors to administer your estate.
Kerry’s Circle honours the life of Kerry Pribbernow, whose mother Thora, together with the Moxon and Hooper Families, established what is now known as Endeavour Foundation.
Thora ensured Kerry had educational opportunities which would enable him to reach his highest potential.
When you leave a gift in your Will to Endeavour Foundation you become a member of Kerry’s Circle, a community of like-minded supporters creating a profound impact on the lives of people with disability.
Stories from Kerry's Circle
Gifts in Will are an invaluable form of support for people with disability. It’s an acknowledgment of their potential, one that paves the way for an independent future.
You can see this in Jenny and Michael’s story, one that reflects the core of Endeavour Foundation’s own history - a mother’s love for her child and a wish to see him thrive every day of his life.
You can discover their story and others by clicking the links below:
Suggested Wording for your Will
“I give and bequeath free of all duties and taxes
- The whole (or XX percentage) of the residue of my estate
- X percentage of my estate
- The sum of $(amount) or
- Details of specific asset(s) – e.g. property, shares, jewellery, life insurance policy etc
to Endeavour Foundation (ABN 80 009 670 704) of 33 Corporate Drive, Cannon Hill QLD 4170
to be used for its general purposes and I direct that the receipt of the Treasurer or other duly authorised officer shall be sufficient discharge to my Executors.”
Did you know?
Income from NDIS and government funding make up only 68% of our total revenue.
It's the generosity of supporters like you, through leaving a gift in your Will, making regular donations or buying tickets in our lottery that helps people with disability live their best life.