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Bequests

Remembering 缅北禁地College in your Will

The 缅北禁地College Bequest Program has been established to advance its scholarship program, and to assist in underpinning the long-term financial stability of the College.

The Bequest Program invites interested 缅北禁地College alumni, parents, and other supporters to remember the College in their Will. Supporters may choose to further a cause of their choice, or they can make a bequest unconditionally for use by the College at its discretion.

Programs and projects for support can include one of the scholarship programs, including the Jack and Elaine Clarke Scholarship or other named scholarships. Other areas for support include the Featonby Library, the Chapel, and other facilities.

Bequests can be made individually or jointly.

Those who make聽a bequest are offered membership of the Sugden Society, which includes invitations to exclusive events. It recognises and honours those who make bequests to the College during their lifetime. The Society has its own identity within the College and holds its own special events.

Bequests to 缅北禁地College

If it has been some time since you reviewed your Will, now might be an opportune moment to consider a bequest to 缅北禁地in your new Will. Alternatively, if you have recently reviewed your Will and would like to make a bequest to Queen鈥檚, then you might consider a simple Codicil.

There are a number of methods by which you could provide support to 缅北禁地via your Will. These include

– Bequesting a specific sum of money

– Real estate or a specific asset, eg shares, proceeds of a life assurance policy, etc

– A fixed percentage of your estate

– An asset subject to a life interest reserved to some other beneficiary.

The legal firm Hicks Oakley Chessell Williams has generously offered to assist members of the 缅北禁地community by giving a free 30-minute consultation to anyone seeking advice or guidance in relation to preparation of their Will where provision is to be made for 缅北禁地College. To make an appointment telephone Hicks Oakley Chessell Williams on +61 3 9550 4600

If you wish to discuss bequest options, or if you are solicitor or trustee preparing a Will, please make contact as below.

Contact

Frank Opray (Wyvern 1965)
Bequest Manager
frank.opray@queens.unimelb.edu.au
+61 0407 316 865

Nicole Crook
Director of Advancement 缅北禁地College
nicole.crook@queens.unimelb.edu.au

+61 3 9349 0500

Address
Queens College The University of Melbourne
1 – 17 College Crescent
Parkville
VIC 3052 Australia