Leave a gift for a world free of genital mutilation.

Your first priority when making a will is to provide for your loved ones, but many people find they can do this and also leave something to a cause they hold dear. Writing a will is important to ensure your wishes are honoured in the event of your passing.

Leaving The Darbon Institute a gift in your will is one of the most valuable ways you can support us. It costs nothing during your life and can have a lasting impact. 

If you would like to write or amend your will to include The Darbon Institute, we strongly recommend you seek independent legal and tax advice. A solicitor will be able to advise you on the type of bequest to suit your circumstances.

There are three main types of bequests you can leave in your will:

  • Residual: Funds left over after all other provisions have been made
  • Percentage: A percentage of your estate
  • Specific: A fixed sum from your estate

You could also consider leaving an item of value, such as a property or artwork.

Example wording (not legal advice)

I GIVE [ ___ percent of my Estate OR ___ percent of my residual Estate OR the sum of $ ______ OR specific item(s) _____ ] to The Darbon Institute Ltd (ACN 646 332 372, ABN 87 646 332 372) free of all duties and I declare that the receipt of the Chief Executive Officer or Treasurer or Secretary of the The Darbon Institute Limited shall be a complete discharge to my Executors and Trustees for the moneys paid in accordance with this gift.

The Darbon Institute was founded on the bequest of the late Robert Darby, and through the generosity of others like yourself we will continue to protect and promote the rights of children into the future.