Help and more information

For a copy of our free Will guide, to arrange a visit or to help you work out the best way to support us, please get in touch.

We’ve put together a step-by-step guide so that it’s easier for you to make a Will and include a gift for MCRI.
You can download and print your guide or contact us and we will send you a copy in the post or by email.

If you would like to find out more about what we do before making a decision, we’d welcome you to take a free tour of the Institute. To contact us or to arrange a free tour of the Institute you can talk to Ariane directly on (03) 9936 6390 or Ariane.whitehouse@mcri.edu.au

For any questions you have about leaving a gift to MCRI please get in touch with our Will Giving Advisor, Ariane Whitehouse.

Call: (03) 9936 6390
Email: Ariane.whitehouse@mcri.edu.au
Write to: Ariane Whitehouse, Will Giving Advisor, MCRI, The Royal Children’s Hospital, 50 Flemington Road, Parkville Victoria 3052

Whether you have made your decision already or still have further questions, please get in touch. Much of our work is only possible because of generous Will givers so knowing why people bequest to MCRI is important to us.

We can also keep you connected to the amazing progress that is being made and the impact that your gift will have on the future health of children. 

To contact us or to arrange a free tour of the Institute you can talk to Ariane directly on (03) 9936 6390 or Ariane.whitehouse@mcri.edu.au

Before you visit your solicitor, make a list of everything you own and think about who your executor could be. Our Will planner could help you do this. 

You can find the most effective wording to include a gift in your Will for MCRI below. Please download a copy and take it with you when you visit your solicitor.

“I give [(a) my whole estate; or (b) the residue (or percentage of the residue) of my estate; or (c) $(amount); or (d) a specific item] to the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute ABN 21 006 566 972 of 50 Flemington Road, Parkville VIC 3052 for its general purposes. The receipt of the treasurer, secretary or public officer for the time being of a beneficiary under this provision is a sufficient discharge to my executors/trustees in respect of a gift to that beneficiary and I declare that my executors/trustees shall not be responsible for seeing to the application of that gift.”

If you would like your gift to be used for a specific type of research please contact us first to make sure that your wishes can be carried out.