"EMILY's List has changed the face of Australian politics by assisting and encouraging more women into parliament. Having these women at the Caucus and Cabinet decision-making tables is vital if we are to achieve equal representation and voice in our political processes.

But the fight is far from over. I urge you all to support EMILY's List in its ongoing efforts to achieve a truly equal and representative Australia." 


Leave a legacy for the future.

Leaving a gift in your Will is an incredible act and a lasting way to support our work.

How can a bequest help EMILY's List Australia?

Gifts of all sizes can make a significant difference. Making a bequest to EMILY's List Australia provides an opportunity to secure our future, and creates a lasting legacy that embodies your generosity, and values.

Making a bequest 

You can bequest a specific amount, a percentage of your estate, a residual gift or an item. All bequests are welcome.

Suggested wording for your bequest 

Your Will could include provision for EMILY's List Australia in the following way:

"I give and bequeath (state specific dollar amount or description of asset or percentage of estate) to EMILY's List Australia, 210 Lonsdale St, Melbourne,Victoria to be applied for the general purposes of enabling more progressive Labor women to enter Parliament across Australia.

I declare that a receipt by the secretary of EMILY's List Australia shall be an absolute discharge to my Trustee for the same."

Can I support a specific program?

A bequest can be directed to EMILY's List Australia or to a specific state or program.

You can amend the wording of you Will to direct your bequest to a specific State or program such as Gender Gap Research, Next Generation, Early Money or the Partnership for Equity (PEN). 

Contact us to start the conversation

We encourage you to have a confidential discussion with our Chief Executive Officer about creating a bequest that meets your personal goals for giving.

She will talk you through the different options and help direct your support in a way that is meaningful to you. 


Please seek legal advice when writing or updating your will to ensure your wishes can be carried out.