Make a bequest, pass on your heritage

By choosing to make a bequest, a donation or designating Liryc as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy, you’ll be taking part in our fight to prevent and cure heart rhythm disorders. It’s a gesture that will advance science and medicine, and could change the lives of millions of people and their loved ones.

As a scientific cooperation foundation, the Liryc Institute, just like a recognized public utility foundation, is authorized to receive bequests, donations and life insurance, while being totally exempt from the payment of inheritance and transfer duties. Everything you pass on therefore directly benefits research and the discovery of new treatments for heart rhythm disorders.

You have the option of making a bequest for the benefit of research in heart rhythm disorders by means of a holograph (written, dated and signed by you) or authentic will (deed received by a notary).

Your bequest may relate to all or only part of your assets, to real estate (a house, apartment or land) or to movable property (bank accounts, securities account, shares, vehicle, etc.).

You can also bestow a life insurance contract by simply designating the Liryc institute as beneficiary in the beneficiary clause of your contract. This clause is subject to change at any time and represents a simple way to pass on capital after your death and to support a cause that is dear to you.

The donation allows you to pass on, during your lifetime, movable property (shares, securities, etc.) or real estate, to fast-track the fight against heart rhythm disorders today. This donation must be the subject of a notarial deed, which is effective immediately.

Associate your name with future advances in heart rhythm disorder research!

Contact the fundraising team to reflect, in complete confidentiality and without any commitment on your part, on the best solution at (+33) 5 35 38 18 99 or


Juliette a été victime d’une mort subite cardiaque provoquée par un dysfonctionnement de son coeur. Grâce aux découvertes et aux innovations scientifiques de l’Institut Liryc, elle a pu être sauvée. Ne laissons pas les maladies du rythme cardiaque emporter des vies.

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