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Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference.

Kathy Calvin
CEO & President of the United Nations Foundation



A bequest is a generous act of giving your personal property or financial assets to a person, organisation, or charity through your will. You can support children with autism spectrum disorder by leaving a gift in your will to Ashton's Place. By leaving a bequest in your will, you will be making a significant difference in the lives of future generations.

A bequest to Ashton's Place enables us to continue to provide funding for research into evidence-based early intervention; funding for the development of Autism Connect Early (ACE) Programme, an evidence-based early intervention programme based on gradual and meaningful inclusion; and support and funding for professionals that guide programme implementation and train staff.

However large or small, your gift will ensure that your values live on in a meaningful way and will help to transform the lives of children with autism.

How to give

Reach out to us

If you are considering leaving a bequest in your will to Ashton's Place, please reach out to us for a confidential discussion on how you can make a difference in the lives of children with autism by emailing

contact your legal representative

We recommend you seek the qualified advice of an independent solicitor or legal advisor before making or revising your will.

Are you a solicitor or legal advisor? Refer to our will wording for more information.


We will always be grateful for your generosity, however it's important to discuss this with your loved ones to ensure they understand and support your reasons for choosing to help Ashton's Place.


Below is the recommended legal wording to be used when wording your will:

“I give to ASTHON’S PLACE LIMITED (ABN 91 629 813 261) of 13 Benowa Road, Southport QLD 4215:
<insert one of the following>
(A) ____ % of my estate (insert percentage); or
(B) all my share and interest in the property know as (insert full address of property); or
(C) the sum of $_____ (insert amount); or
(D) the residue of my estate; and/or
(E) In the event that any of my nominated beneficiaries should predecease me then their bequest shall not fail but I give and bequeath the share of my deceased beneficiary to ASHTON’S PLACE LIMITED to be used for its general purposes
(or insert specific purpose), and I direct that the receipt of the Chief Executive Officer or other appropriate officer of ASHTON’S
PLACE LIMITED shall be sufficient to discharge my Executor(s) who is not bound to see its application.”


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