Leave a gift in your Will and support men to live their best life.
Leaving a gift in your will can help us change the game in a way that no other organisation can. Your legacy will enable us to continuously expand efforts in research, awareness, and support
Why we're needed?
Nine Australian men die of prostate cancer every day. Twenty thousand men a year receive a diagnosis and around two-hundred thousand Australian men are currently living with the disease.
A heritage of giving
In almost 25-years since our formation, we have become Australia's peak body for prostate cancer research, awareness and support. Reaching out to affected men, loved ones, and the community. All thanks to a history of community donations and support.
Join our Legacy Circle
When you leave a gift in your Will, please tell us in confidence and you will join a very special group of supporters. You will receive a unique edition lapel pin, invites to events and be kept up to date on our work. Contact us now to join.
How to leave a gift in your Will?
- Speak to your family and loved ones.
- Talk to a professional solicitor or the public trustee.
- Choose the kind of gift you want to leave.
- Write or amend your will.
- For more information download our guide to leaving a gift in your Will below.
Who are you at your best?
A guide to leaving a gift in your Will.
Download and complete your Bequest Pledge Form
Your pledge will help us to plan for the future by providing us with confidence to invest in life changing research and support, such as our Prostate Cancer Specialist Nursing Service, so that no Australian men and families have to walk this journey alone. The pledge you make using this form is confidential and is not legally binding.
Low cost solicitor Wills service
PCFA has a number of solicitors who have generously agreed to offer our supporters a discounted rate for writing or updating a basic Will. If you would like more details please click here.
To view legal copy examples for leaving a gift in your Will, please click here.
Australia has one of the highest rates of prostate cancer.
Nine men die every day. Tragically that is 3,500 deaths per year.
One in seven men are likely to be affected by prostate cancer.
20,000 men a year receive a new diagnosis.