Uniting Aged Care is a leader in the provision of quality aged care services. As a not-for-profit organisation of the Uniting Church in Australia we continue the Church’s long and proud history of providing excellent care to older people.
Knowing that you care enough to provide for Uniting Aged Care by donating or giving via a bequest makes a big difference to us – it enables us to look to the future and plan with confidence.
Donations can be arranged via this form
Bequests can be enquired about by contacting the Uniting Aged Care office, details below, or by completing this online form.
If you have already undertaken to provide for us in your Will, please advise us of your intentions via this brochure. By providing for Uniting Aged Care via a bequest it gives us the opportunity to involve you in our plans now and to share with you our exciting vision for the future.
There are a number of ways you can choose to arrange a bequest, namely:
- A specific bequest;
- A percentage of your estate;
- A residual bequest; or via
- Items of value.
There are but a few of the ways you can choose to help us continue our work. Please discuss the matter with your family and your solicitor.
Please contact us for further information via:
Uniting Aged Care
130 Little Collins Street Melbourne Vic 3000
Tel: 1800 668 426
Fax: (03) 9251 5491
Frequently Asked Questions:
How will the funds be used?
If you are giving to the Uniting Aged Care via a bequest, you can specify a residential care facility, project or service. If you are giving via a Donation, the gift will be utilised where most needed within the organisation, unless otherwise specified.
Are the donations tax deductible?
Any donation or value of bequest that is over $2 (AUD) is tax deductible.
Will I receive a receipt for my donation?
Yes. Whether you choose to donate online (where your receipt will be emailed to you), or via the Uniting Church of Australia’s Share Appeal office, you will receive a receipt.