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Your Gift in Will leaves a lasting impact and helps change lives in Israel, Australia and beyond.

⁠Family and loved ones always come first when it comes to thinking about your Will. After making sure of this, you might also consider leaving a Gift in Will to Hadassah Charity Limited (Hadassah Australia) as a lasting legacy.

Your generosity can help transform innovative ideas into life-saving treatments that will benefit future generations. You can be certain that you will, one day, be supporting an organisation whose efforts are helping to fund important collaboration among leading international researchers and medical professionals to improve healthcare in Israel, Australia and globally.

Your gift will enable our important work to continue in helping to create a thriving, diverse, equal, and inclusive Israel through impactful health programs.

Anyone can leave a Gift in Will, however large or small.

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About Hadassah Australia

DEDICATED TO MAKING A DIFFERENCE THROUGH HEALTH

Hadassah Australia helps create sustainable social impact through healthcare and collaborative medical research to support a thriving, inclusive Israeli community and improve global health.
Inspired by the remarkable vision and values of Hadassah Founder, Henrietta Szold, Hadassah Australia is committed to creating a thriving, diverse, equal, and inclusive Israel through healthcare programs that:

* Provide undergraduate scholarships in health for young Ethiopian-Israelis
* Reinforce the excellence of treatment at Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem
* Advance innovative medical research
* ⁠Improve the lives of young people facing trauma
* Support acute rehabilitation services
* Enhance early childhood development.

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