Bequest Information

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Bequests - An inheritance of freedom

When I established the CIS, it was with the intention of doing whatever I could to help create a freer society. While we have achieved a great deal, there is still so much more that needs to be done. I hope that a robust organisation dedicated to strengthening the moral legitimacy of a free-market economy and a free society will be my legacy.
I hope you will consider making this your legacy too.
Your contribution will make an enduring difference.
Greg Lindsay, CIS Founder and Executive Director

How you can support the CIS?

There are many ways your legacy can be used to create an inheritance of freedom. For example, you may want your bequest to be named, or to have your gift remain anonymous. You may decide to contribute in the following ways:

General bequest

You can choose to support the Centre’s general operations by allowing its directors to allocate your contribution, responding to the needs and issues of the day.

Specific purpose bequest

You can choose to give to a specific program or sponsor a particular activity or research position.

Capital Fund Request

Your bequest can be made to the Centre’s Capital Fund. Only the returns from invested funds will be used, leaving the capital intact to grow and secure the CIS’s future.

However you decide to support the Centre, you can be assured that your contribution, whatever its size, will help to promote liberty and free enterprise.

Show your appreciation of the CIS’s crucial work by making a bequest. Please remember that when drafting your Will, or creating a codicil (a change to your Will), that the name of your beneficiaries should be clear and correct at the time of signing. The full name, The Centre for Independent Studies and our ABN 15 001 495 0125 should be used in all legal documentation.

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