You can shape the future of WAAPA and help students reach their artistic dreams well into the future by leaving a gift in your Will. This is a thoughtful and generous way to mark your devotion to the arts, education, and the bright promise of young performers.
Through a gift in your will, you can provide instruments, scholarships, access to expert tuition – the list is only limited by your imagination. While we cannot offer legal advice and encourage you to seek independent legal and financial advice for the preparation of your estate planning, our Legacy Gifts Coordinator, Susan Morrow, often meets with people considering a gifts in their wills to shape a legacy gift that matches the intention and devotion people bring to WAAPA.
If you choose to leave a gift in your will, please contact our Legacy Gifts Coordinator, Susan Morrow. Susan will take any further instructions or other details you would like attached to your gift. Informing WAAPA also allows us to celebrate and thank you for your generosity and foresight.
While your solicitor will craft wording appropriate for your unique gift, the Remember WAAPA brochure has further information, including suggested wording. We also have a document of the clauses only.
If you, or your solicitor, have any queries at all, please do not hesitate to contact Susan.
For a confidential, obligation-free conversation on the potential a gift in your will could create at WAAPA, please contact:
Legacy Gifts Coordinator
Telephone: (61 8) 6304 6785