ANBG Everlasting Circle

Leaving a gift in your Will has a lasting impact on protecting Australia's plants

Inspired by Australian Everlasting Daisies, the ANBG Everlasting Circle is a way of leaving an ‘everlasting’ gift to the Australian National Botanic Gardens (ANBG) in your Will.

Once you have made provisions according to your wishes and thought of your loved ones, you may choose to leave a gift to the Gardens.

By including a gift in your Will you’re helping protect Australian plants for future generations and shape the Gardens.

Unlocking new knowledge on Australia’s rarest plants helps us to understand what each species needs to survive into the future.

Your support will help the ANBG expand seed banking and the living collection, undertake vital conservation research, and create opportunities to inspire the community to value Australian flora.

Find out more

Thank you for thinking about including the Parks Trust in your Will.

Please review our bequest policy that outlines the Trust’s policy for the acceptance and management of bequests.

We invite you to contact us for a confidential discussion about your intentions.

Director of Philanthropy, Meredith Dellar
02 6250 9426 (during business hours)

Ambassador, Lesley Jackman

“I am delighted to be Ambassador of the ANBG’s Everlasting Circle. Having been President of the Friends for four years, I have observed the strong commitment of Gardens staff, the Friends and other volunteers to the conservation of Australian plants”.

Suggested Wording

If you decide to make a bequest to the Australian National Botanic Gardens (ANBG) Everlasting Circle, we recommend you ask your solicitor to draft the appropriate clause. The following wording is a guide only and is subject to your solicitor’s professional legal advice in preparation of your Will:

“I give to THE TRUSTEE FOR NATIONAL PARKS CONSERVATION TRUST (ABN 56 192 820 884)

[Specify either:

a. the sum of $ (amount); or

b. specified shares or bonds; or

c. X percentage of my estate; or

d. X amount of the residue of my estate]

to be held in the Australian National Botanic Gardens Everlasting Fund, with investment income to be applied towards Australian National Botanic Gardens projects as determined by the Australian National Botanic Gardens management.”

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