Remembering a friend or being remembered
Remembering Counterpart in your will or making a donation in memory of a friend are two very special ways you can support our service.
People sometimes choose to remember us in the way of a gift of a fixed amount or a percentage of their estate (a bequest). If you are interested in doing this we can provide you with suggested wording that you can use in your will or a solicitor can provide you with more specific advice, just call us on 1300 781 500 or email [email protected].
Sometimes people (or their immediate family) ask friends and family to make a donation at their funeral.
Counterpart can provide forms you can use at the funeral or help people make online donations. When making donations either way, simply add the name of the person your donation is honouring. When we receive a donation as a tribute, we notify the family that a gift has been made, but not the amount given.
Another way people help support Counterpart is by making donations in celebration of personal milestones and special occasions.
Rather than receive presents for your birthday, you might ask for donations instead. Families at Christmas might decide to give a donation alongside, or in place of, sharing and giving presents.
There are many ways to make a difference to the lives of women living with cancer. Contact us and we can help support you in making that tribute or celebration even more meaningful.