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development and birth defects. They
have uncovered the basic biology of
nerve cell communication, which will
one day deliver new treatments for
conditions such as epilepsy.
CMRI has discovered a basic
mechanism of cancer, and recently
developed a new blood test that may
allow early diagnosis, more precise
treatment choices, and detection of
They are making outstanding
progress towards gene therapies for
newborn babies with inherited liver
A donation to CMRI in your Will – no
matter how large or small – will
generate essential resources long
into the future, and give CMRI
scientists the funds they need
to carry out crucial research for
decades to come.
Medical research is costly, but the
rewards are meaningful beyond
measure. Your gift to CMRI will help
ensure the health of children for
generations to come.
For more information contact
Stephen Ryall on (02) 9687 2800
or firstname.lastname@example.org .
A healthier world for all children
Children are still coming into this
world with the disadvantages of
Down syndrome, cystic fibrosis,
congenital blindness and other
genetically inherited diseases and
Basic research is at the cutting edge
of unravelling the complexities of
human biology – and the mystery of
why things sometimes go wrong.
The scientists at Children’s Medical
Research Institute can’t do it alone;
they have the dedication and
expertise, but they need support -
the support of Australians who share
their vision of a healthier world for
Over the past 52 years, scientists at
Children’s Medical Research Institute
(CMRI) have been investigating
diseases that rob children of a
healthy and happy childhood. Their
many successes are the result
of community support, and are
a tribute to the many Australian
individuals and families who make
an enduring commitment to medical
Scientists at CMRI have made
world-leading advances in
the understanding of embryo
A bequest or donation to Children’s Medical Research Institute
helps our work to f ind the genetic causes of children’s diseases.
You can make a difference. Not only for now, but for generations
to come. A bequest format can be obtained from the address below.
214 Hawkesbury Road, Westmead,
NSW 2145, Australia
Tel 02 9687 2800 Fax 02 9687 2120
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A DoNATIoN IN YoUR WILL To
CHILDReN’S MeDICAL ReSeARCH
INSTITUTe CAN go.
Save the Children is an organisation
helping teenagers to become
equipped with practical childcare
knowledge and skills through its
Future Parents Program.
The primary child abuse prevention
program is specifically designed
to equip young people aged 13-
19 years with practical child care
knowledge and skills, personal
self development and access to
resources for positive parenting
attitudes and behaviour.
The activity-based program is
fun, flexible and focused on
young people’s participation and
It provides an ideal medium for
offering information and experiences
that are pertinent to caring for
children and ensuring they are
raised in a safe environment.
For more information call Save
the Children on 8338 1777.
A uniquely Australian voluntary organisation dedicated to caring for the families of
deceased veterans and membe rs of today’s Au stralian Defe nce Forces wh o lose their
lives as a result of their service.
A DonAtion, gift or bequest in your will ensu res that there will be
ongoing fu nds to provide care and support services to ove r 10,500 widows a nd other
depen dants living in South Australia and Broke n Hill.
Legacy’s income is not Government based and we rely on the ge nerosity of the community
to fund our service s of ca ring a nd support.
For more information and / or to make a dona tion please contact :
Legacy Club of Adelaide Inc
102 Franklin Stree t, Adelaide SA 5000
Phone : (08) 8231 9812
Email: ge neral.manager@leg acyadelaide.org.au
Program for future parents
Legacy is a uniquely Australian
organisation. No other similar
organisation exists anywhere in the
world dedicated solely to caring for
the families of deceased veterans.
For nearly 90 years Legacy has
been quietly going about its task of
providing support services to the
widows and children of deceased
veterans. These services are provided
by committed volunteers known
as Legatees supported by several
Legacy’s services range from
advice and practical assistance on
matters such as pensions, home
maintenance, aged care, education
(for children/youth) and includes
where appropriate providing financial
help and counselling etc.
Because Legacy’s funding is not
government-based, it needs to rely on
the support of the community to help
raise the necessary funds required to
provide its range of services.
For further information please visit
Legacy House 102 Franklin Street,
Adelaide or phone 8231 9812.
Supporting a good cause
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