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Leave ARLF a gift in your will and leave a lasting impact on Australia's rural, regional, and remote communities.

Your gift will sponsor everyday Australians.

After leaving behind enough to care for your family and loved ones, you can leave a gift to the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation. How will we use your gift?

It will go directly towards a scholarship for an Australian who has great potential but doesn’t meet the criteria specified by their preferred program’s sponsors. 

How to leave your gift to us

After consulting with your legal advisor or trustee, you can leave a gift for ARLF by specifying so in your will. 

The suggested wording for this gift in your will:

I bequeath (a percentage of your estate) or (a specified sum) for the general purposes of the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation (ABN 80 056 874 787). The receipt of an authorised officer of the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation shall be a complete and sufficient discharge for the executor(s).

Just want to make a one-off donation?

You don’t need to set up regular Workplace Giving donations or leave us a Bequest to make an impact. Every cent we receive in donations is so appreciated by both our team and people seeking to make rural, regional and remote Australia better for everyone. You’re welcome to make a one-off donation below. 

We’re making a real
difference in Australia. Join us.

You can support us to drive change and create a serious impact in your organisation, sector, and wider community. It’s not just enhancing how you lead, it’s building your own network and contributing for the greater good.

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