A bequest is one of the most effective ways in which you can help to ensure the future success of the National Trust.

Legacy gifts help care for the state’s heritage for years to come. They make inspirational projects possible and drive specialist conservation and innovative approaches to history at our remarkable collection of historic places.

Gifts of money can be of any amount, and anyone can leave a gift to the National Trust of Western Australia. Gifts of money are particularly valuable to us and can go towards conservation and interpretation of our heritage places.

The National Trust of Western Australia accepts gifts of real estate and property. Gifts of property can be made at any time (before or after death) and may not incur gift duty or estate duty.

We welcome items or collections that once belonged to any of the historic places that we care for. We may also acquire items that are directly relevant to the history illustrated by a particular property or to people associated with it.

Please, let us know of your intentions

If you would like to bequeath or donate an item associated with one of our heritage places, please contact us to discuss your thoughtful gesture. However you choose to support heritage in your Will, rest assured you’ll be making a huge difference.

Contact our Chief Executive Officer Julian Donaldson to learn more.

Julian Donaldson, Chief Executive Officer
Phone: (08) 9321 6088 Email: trust@ntwa.com.au

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