How to support the work of the Koala Hospital through a Bequest:
Thank you for your interest in making a bequest to The Koala Hospital. There are a number of ways to make a bequest to support the work of the Koala Preservation Society.
There are several types of bequests:
- A residual bequest - The residue or remainder of your will afterprovisions have been made for family and friends.
- A specific sum - A nominated set cash amount.
- A percentage - A percentage of your Estate (Real estate, shares,jewellery or other assets).
- A residual bequest - The residue or remainder of your will afterprovisions have been made for family and friends
Example: “I hereby give and bequeath to the Koala Preservation Society Australia Inc. (the sum of $ …………………… or ………………..… % of my estate) tobe used in such manner as the Society determines or approves.”
You should seek legal advice and you may also wish to speak to an accountant with respect to taxation and financial matters.
The Koala Preservation Society Australia Inc.
Roto House Historic Site
PO Box 236
Port Macquarie NSW 2444
Feeling warm and fuzzy
- Tuesday, 12 March 2013
An article in the Sun Herald March 10, 2013Nina Karnikowski Travel Writer
Nina Karnikowski decides it's high time to get cuddly with an Aussie favourite.I’ve never touched a koala. As an Australian, I’m almost ashamed to admit it. It seems on par with never having eaten a Vegemite sandwich, never...
New York City premiere of the Documentary 'Koala Hospital'
- Tuesday, 29 January 2013
According to Susan Kelly, koalas have become "urban refugees," under siege by expanding cities that bring with them deforestation, dogs, traffic, and other ills for native wildlife. Director of Global Briefing, and writer, producer and director of the new documentary Koala Hospital, Susan Kelly...
Sydney University Research
- Sunday, 18 November 2012
The work that the Koala Hospital has hosted has been fantastic and the effort and assistance provided by the whole organization but particularly by Cheyne and all the volunteers over the years with Jo and also our other PhD students, has been truly magnificent. I know how disruptive and...