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Donate in Memory

Honour the memory of someone special, by making an in-memoriam gift to Centenary Institute. Your gift in memory of a loved one is a wonderful way to celebrate their life.

Your donation will be a lasting tribute and will provide hope to those affected by cancer, inflammation and cardiovascular disease. Investing in medical research is our best hope of changing lives and improving human health through scientific excellence.

You can donate in memory online now.

DONATIONS TO CENTENARY IN LIEU OF FLOWERS AT A FUNERAL

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Often people choose to commemorate the life of a loved one by asking for donations rather than a floral tribute at the funeral or memorial service.
Organising the funeral of a loved one can be immensely stressful and the Centenary Institute is indebted to those who choose to ask for donations to be given to charity at this time.

In memoriam donation envelopes are available on request, and can be made available at a funeral, wake, church or other commemorative service where people may choose to make a donation.

To indicate your preference for donations in lieu of flowers amongst your family and friends, we suggest including a message in the funeral notice:

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to:
Centenary Institute
Locked Bag 6
Newtown NSW 2042

PERSONAL IN MEMORIAM TRIBUTE FUNDRAISING PAGE

An alternative way to give in memory is to create a personalised tribute page, where everyone can donate and leave individual tribute messages. It is a simple process and Centenary’s team is available to assist if needed.

NEED HELP WITH YOUR IN MEMORY GIVING?

An in memory gift to Centenary will enable you to celebrate your loved one’s life in a meaningful way by supporting Centenary’s scientists to understand disease and find a cure.

Donations of $2 and over are tax deductible and a tax receipt will be issued for each gift made.

To request In Memory Of donation envelopes or to speak with our donation support staff member please contact Emily Hickman at emily.hickman@centenary.org.au or (02) 9565 6232

Thank you for thinking of us at such a difficult time.