The Annabel Foundation is registered for tax deductions with the Australian Taxation Office.
Who can my donation go to?
You may recommend that your donation be allocated to applicants endorsed by The Annabel Foundation’s Scholarship & Bursary Fund Committee. The Australian Tax Office’s regulations however prohibit tax deductibility from family members of a bursary recipient.
How is my donation allocated?
All donations are allocated at the discretion of the Scholarship & Bursary Fund Committee. The Scholarship & Bursary Fund Committee is happy to receive recommendations for consideration as to the disbursement of your donation. Recommendations can be either for a training provider, a particular endorsed applicant or to support the work of The Annabel Foundation in general.
Is the total amount of a donation allocated to bursaries?
The Annabel Foundation allocates a 10% service fee on donations received. For further information, please click here.
How do I claim my tax deductibility?
All donations received will be issued with an official Annabel Foundation receipt confirming the tax deductible status of your donation. Donors should check with their accountant / financial advisor as to the process to claim their donation in their tax return.
How do I donate?
To make a tax deductible donation to assist people who are training for Christian ministry, please fill in your details in the next section.
Tax Deductible Donations – the real cost to you after Tax
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*The tax information detailed above should be used as a guide only and should not be taken as taxation or financial advice. The actual benefit to you is dependent on your income and circumstances. This information is not intended to reflect your individual situation and you should consult a taxation specialist if you require further information. Please note the amounts above do not take into account the 1.5% Medicare levy.
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