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A gift to Partners Relief & Development is a gift to enable us to bring free, full lives to children affected by conflict and oppression. We understand just how significant this decision can be and we are truly grateful for your commitment. We would like to thank you for personally for your willingness to leave a legacy to the children of Myanmar, so if you have included a gift to Partners Relief & Development please consider letting us know. The information you provide will remain strictly confidential and we respect your privacy at all times.

Types of Gifts

There are three simple ways that you can leave a gift in your will to Partners Relief & Development.

By the time your gift is realised, Partners Relief & Development areas of critical focus could be very different from the issues that we are tackling today. So in order for your gift to have the most impact, it is important that you don’t restrict it to a particular area, and Partners Relief & Development can direct your generosity to where the need is the greatest.

Legal Information

  • Partners Relief and Development is a registered incorporation in New South Wales under the Associations Incorporation Act, 1984.
  • Partners Relief & Development Australia Inc is a Public Benevolent Institution and is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) by the Australian Taxation Office.

If you are the solicitor and you have a client who would like to leave a bequest to Partners Relief & Development Australia Inc., please pass on our sincere appreciation.

Suggested Wording of Your Will

"I give to Partners Relief & Development Australia Inc ___% of my estate OR the rest and residue of my estate OR the sum of $____ (nominated gift) for its general purposes free of all duties and taxes payable upon or in consequence of my death, and I declare that the receipt of it’s Chief Executive, Treasurer or other authorised office shall be sufficient discharge to my executors."