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    Solicitors

    If your client chooses to leave a bequest to Cancer Council SA, you can download a copy of our will wording here.

     

    Please note that our organisation underwent a name change in 2008. Bequests should be left to our registered name of Anti-Cancer Foundation of South Australia ABN 31 469 615 538.

     

    We would love to thank your client for including Cancer Council SA in their will, and invite them to attend exclusive events, including the opportunity to meet our leading cancer researchers.

     

    Should you need any further information, please contact Tracey Finlay on 1300 65 65 85 during business hours or email bequests@cancersa.org.au.
     

    Executors

    If you are the executor of a will that includes a gift to us, please send a photocopy of the will and a covering letter to:

    Cancer Council SA
    Bequests
    PO Box 929
    UNLEY BC  SA  5061
    Ph: 1300 65 65 85
    Fax: (08) 8291 4180
     


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