Gift in Your Will

A gift in your Will to Aquinas College is a unique and personal way to help shape the education of future generations of Aquinas students. Gifts can be delegated to an area of your choosing or left to the College for general purposes. All donations are gratefully received, contributing to the ongoing prosperity and success of our College.

By choosing to let us know you have included a gift to Aquinas College in your Will, you are invited to join friends and supporters of the College in our Veritas Society, receiving a Veritas Society pin and invitations to special events at the College throughout the year.

If you would like to discuss leaving a gift in your Will or would like to notify Aquinas College of your future gift, please contact Louise Symonds, Foundation Executive Officer by enquiring below or via phone on 08 9450 0799.

Opportunity to me is a chance at a better future. To have the opportunity to go from a small country town as a young indigenous student, coming from a low socioeconomic background, to one of the most prestigious schools in Perth meant that I have a better chance at making a better future for my family and myself. Opportunity is like a second chance, where you get to wipe the board clean and choose your own destiny.
Jiah Reidy (‘16)
Information for Solicitors and Executors

Information for Solicitors and Executors

Legal Name:​Aquinas College Foundation Inc.

ABN: ​​93 078 219 075

Postal Address: ​Locked Bag 11, Bentley Delivery Centre, Bentley WA 6983

Email: ​​

The type of clause your legal advisor might consider using is:

a) I give to Aquinas College Foundation Inc of Salter Point, Western Australia (ACF), free of State and Federal duties, for general use, (one or multiple of the following options)

  • The sum of $……………..
  • ….% of my Estate or the residue of my Estate
  • Life Insurance Policy number………….
  • Property (details)………………………………

b) If the gift in the preceding paragraph (a) cannot take effect completely or at all, to the extent that it cannot take effect, I give it to the charitable organisation or organisations in Australia, which my executor considers most nearly fulfils or fulfil the objects I intend to benefit.

c) The receipt of the treasurer, secretary or public officer for the time being of ACF or the beneficiary organisation is an absolute discharge to my executor.