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5. WA Cricket Foundation
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If you wish to leave a gift to the WACA through the ASF, you should name the ASF as the beneficiary but nominate the WACF as your preferred recipient of the gift. By doing so, the ASF Board will take into account your wishes when they exercise their discretion to allocate grants. While you cannot leave a binding direction with the ASF when making a gift, by expressing your intention to benefit the WACF you can ensure that your gift has every chance of being allocated to the WACF as a registered project and in turn paid to the WACA.
All bequests can be made by naming the Western Australian Cricket Association (Inc.) (WACA) as a beneficiary under your Will.