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Inspiring legacies

A long legacy of generosity.

Wesley Mission has a long history of helping people, but it’s only made possible with the support of our community – people just like you.

Gifts in Wills have and will continue to lay the foundation for our future work, enabling us to provide a sustainable and effective model of care.

Whether small or large, many of those who’ve been part of the Wesley Mission family have felt compelled to leave Wesley Mission a gift in their Will so that they can continue to serve their community – and we couldn’t be more grateful.

By leaving a gift in your Will, this has the power to impact individuals, families and communities for generations to come, just like the generosity of those before you.

A journey of generosity

Ebenezer Vickery
The Honourable Ebenezer Vickery was a dedicated Methodist, parliamentarian and philanthropist in Australia in the latter part of the 1800s. He was passionate about the work and ministry of the Central Methodist Mission (now Wesley Mission), believing that it had the capacity to influence the early Australian colony to its furthest limits.
Sir Frederick Stewart
A congregation member, in the 1940s, Sir Frederick Stewart made a significant contribution to the work and ministry of the Central Methodist Mission, supporting the establishment of a hospital for vulnerable elderly people.
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The Waddell family
In 1946, the family of the late Hon. Thomas Waddell donate their 25-room home in Ashfield to Wesley Mission as a place that would care for women with epilepsy.
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For more information and stories like these on the difference your gift in Will can make, download our Bequest story booklet or contact us.

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