Memorial gifts

Honour a loved one's memory

Memorial gifts

Memorial gifts are established to honour the memory of those who are no longer with us. A loved one, a friend, a respected colleague - memorial gifts can be a wonderful way to remember those who have touched our lives.

You can establish a memorial gift in a variety of areas. You may have a specific project in mind, or you may choose an established area of giving. Consider giving to assist disadvantaged students, to enable research projects to be developed or to maintain infrastructure and valuable collections.

More details on areas you could support, and what you need to do to create a bequest is available on our Create a Bequest page.

Make sure you contact the UWA Bequests team to discuss how you would like your gift to be established.

In memory of Professor Brian Grieve

A memorial gift is a wonderful way to remember a loved one, a friend or a colleague.

Professor Brian Grieve was a highly regarded botanist in the then Botany Department of The University of Western Australia. He was widely known for editing and co-authoring the multi-volume book series How to Know Western Australian Wildflowers (1954–1975), the first volume of which was the first book published by The University of Western Australia Press (now UWA Publishing).

Professor Grieve’s family, friends, colleagues and benefactors established a fund to support the Grieve Memorial Travel Award, in honour of his memory.

How can we help?

If you have any questions, or would like to discuss your intentions in complete confidence, please reach out to the UWA Bequests team