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May your legacy live on.

Leaving a donation in your will is one the noblest ways you can ensure your legacy lives on, by directly benefiting the lives of people living with disability.
Rocky Bay was built on the kind donations from bequests, and our customers have benefited from the generosity of others, from small donations through to family homes.
All funds donated go directly to supporting people with disability. If there is an area that is close to your heart please call us to discuss your wish, no doubt together we can make it a possibility!

Funds raised from bequests support:

  • The Wishing Tree. Making dreams come true, both large and small, for people living with disability
  • Equipment. Staying at the cutting-edge of technology requires funding, and Rocky Bay’s therapy staff are able to better serve our customers with the latest gym, physiotherapy and pool equipment.
  • Technology. Advanced technology is revolutionising therapy and home living, giving our customers the ability to communicate, play, learn and control their environment.
  • Accommodation. Rocky Bay has gratefully accepted donations of property and housing, which has provided much needed accessible accommodation for people living with disability.
How to leave a donation

You may find the following words helpful for inclusion in your will. However, it is important to ask your legal adviser before you do so.
“I give, free of all duties and taxes the whole of my estate/______% of my estate/ the residue of my estate/ ___% of the residue of my estate/ the sum of $ _______/ my units or shares in ___________________ Trust/Ltd/ my real property situated at [insert street address] having the title reference _________________, to:

ROCKY BAY Limited
ABN 66 028 387 386 / ACN 636 892 898
60 McCabe Street
MOSMAN PARK WA 6012

The receipt of the Chief Executive Officer for the time being of ROCKY BAY INC is an absolute discharge to my executor.”

If you would like to discuss a donation in person, please call 08 6282 1900.

 

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