HELP SUPPORT SINGLE VICTORIAN WOMEN AND
THEIR CHILDREN WHO ARE IN DISTRESS, CRISIS OR EMERGENCY
SITUATIONS BY MAKING A DONATION:
Make cheques payable to: The Queen’s Fund
and send to The Queen’s Fund GPO Box 2412 Melbourne Vic 3001
LEAVE A GIFT IN YOUR WILL
If you would like to talk confidentially with someone about leaving The Queen’s Fund a gift in your will, please contact us by email at email@example.com Someone will call you to discuss the ways in which you can leave a lasting legacy with an organisation that has been around for 130 years.
ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER (EFT)
COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA
BSB: 063 – 019
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 1012 8344
If you make donation by EFT, can you please use the Contact Us page of our website stating your name, address and donation amount so that a Tax Receipt can be forwarded to you.
Alternatively you can send an email with these details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
BECOME A VOLUNTEER
You could join a subcommittee of The Queen’s Fund if you have an interest, skills or expertise related to written communication, submission writing, governance, finance, IT, strategic planning, and community or welfare services.
Please email email@example.com with details of your skills, experience and availability.
The Trustee for The Queen’s Fund (ABN 33 355 436 160) is registered
with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC).
The Trustee for The Queen's Fund is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) from 01 Jul 2000. It is covered by Item 1 of the table in section 30-15 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. The Trustee for The Queen's Fund is a Public Benevolent Institution endorsed to access the following tax concessions:
- GST Concession
- FBT Exemption
- Income Tax Exemption
Since February 2013, The Queen’s Fund has helped 48 women from St Kilda Gatehouse pay essential bills, gain independence and pursue educational and training opportunities.
The Queen’s Fund provided funding for additional tutoring for a young person with ADHD and autism which had a direct impact on his education outcomes.Social worker feedback March 2015