What will your legacy be?
Alumni seminar - CANCELLED
This event has now been cancelled and will not be rescheduled. Thank you to those who registered.
Are you interested in making a charitable gift through your Will? Are you confident discussing a bequest with your financial advisor or solicitor? Do you know the common errors many will make when leaving gifts in their Will?
During this seminar, Estate Planning and Wills specialist David Whiting (from ABC talkback radio) will discuss the language of estate and inheritance planning, gifting and many other areas vital to making sure you leave a legacy that represents your wishes.
Morning tea will be provided, and an opportunity for question time with David will also be available. Guests are most welcome.
About our speaker
David Whiting is Principal at David Whiting Lawyers in Melbourne—he is one of Melbourne’s most experience lawyers with expertise in both wills and probate, estates, and commercial law.
Date: Wednesday 8 March, 2017
Start time: 10.30am – 12pm, includes morning tea.
Venue: Monash University Parkville campus, 399 Royal Parade, Parkville
See map (Level 5, building 404)
RSVP: Please register online by Friday 3 March 2017 (for catering purposes)
For further information, questions or to RSVP, please contact Brett Clark, Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement Officer, on 9903 9087.
Creating a Will shows that you care
The generosity of our alumni and friends has created a philanthropic heritage enabling our students, researchers and academics to flourish in Parkville and beyond. Throughout our history, first as the Victorian College of Pharmacy and now the Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, bequests have been vital in providing for a future of positive change and forward thinking at the Faculty.
To honour their legacy, in 2007 the faculty established the Cossar Club, and later the University formed the Matheson Society, both providing exclusive events throughout the year where they could interact with like-minded individuals who believe in supporting future generations.
So, what will your legacy be?