In Memoriam Donations

Making a donation in memory of a loved one...

Thank you for considering the Menzies Institute for Medical Research for gifts in memory of your loved one. In Memoriam gifts to Menzies provide crucial support to researchers working to find a cure for diseases that affect the Tasmanian community and beyond.

After receiving a donation, we send a letter to the family to notify them of the generous gift. For your privacy, we do not disclose the amount of your donation, unless you would like us to. We will also send you a tax-deductible receipt for all donations over $2.

In Memoriam donation

If you wish to make an In Memoriam donation please phone us on 03 6226 7700 or 1800 638 124 (Monday - Friday, 9am to 5pm) or download the In Memoriam Donation Form (PDF 582.5KB) and forward it to or post it to:

Advancement Office

Menzies Institute for Medical Research

Reply Paid 77465 HOBART TAS 7001

Organising a collection at a funeral

You may choose to ask friends and family to make a donation to the Menzies Institute for Medical Research in memory of your loved one at the funeral. If you are organising the funeral, please ask your funeral director to provide Menzies' In Memoriam envelopes at the service of your loved one. Alternatively, please contact us on 03 6226 7700 and we will deliver or send In Memoriam envelopes to you or the funeral home within one to two working days. In Memoriam envelopes are provided free of charge and we provide as many as you require, including additional envelopes following the funeral service if needed.

A donation in lieu of flowers

If you would like family and friends to consider a donation to Menzies in lieu of flowers we suggest you include a request in your loved one's death notice. An example is: In lieu of flowers, donations may be given in memory of {loved one's name} to:

Menzies Institute for Medical Research

Private Bag 23


If you wish, you can also specify a research area, for example: for multiple sclerosis, cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular research or any other disease Menzies is investigating.

Thank you for your support of the Menzies Institute for Medical Research