Gifts that are made as part of a persons will or trust.


Leaving a bequest or gift to charity in your will can be a great way to continue your legacy and passion for philanthropy.

A bequest can be to a person, or it can be a charitable bequest to a nonprofit organization like QAS Legacy Scheme, trust, or foundation.

Legacy giving, sometimes generally referred to as ‘planned giving,’ is a donation made by an individual through a will or other formal designation. Legacy gifts are typically prepared with a financial planner and are meant to reflect the values and desires of the donor.

Bequests to QAS Legacy Scheme all go to supporting the families of those in need. Bequests can be simple or complex and some might have conditions about how the gifts are to be used or can be designated to a particular fundraising event, or a particular family.

Bequest Example of Wording

I bequeath the sum of $ ______ to Queensland Ambulance Service Legacy Scheme Incorporated (ABN: 56 902 956 125), free of all duties and I declare that the receipt of the President of the said Association shall be a complete discharge to my Executors and Trustees for the moneys paid in accordance with this bequest.

Bequeaths such as this will continue to assist us support the families of our Ambulance Officers.


We are committed to protecting and supporting all our cherished Ambulance families and donations are just one way to help. A huge thank you to those that give selflessly and know that your ongoing contributions are heartfelt by many.

Donation to QAS Legachy Scheme