WHY SHOULD I DONATE TO THE LASALLIAN FOUNDATION?
The Lasallian Foundation focuses on the poor and needy, regardless of gender, race, faith or nationality. We monitor and evaluate all projects and know the people who administer them.
- HOW DO I KNOW THAT MY ONLINE DONATION IS SECURE?
CAN I CLAIM A TAX REFUND ON WHAT I DONATE?
Yes every donation over $2.00 is tax deductible.
Workplace Giving donations are pre-taxed dollars.
- WHEN WILL MY DIRECT DEBIT FOR MY REGULAR DONATION BE DEDUCTED?
Direct debits for regular donations are deducted on the second Wednesday of each month.
HOW DO I UPDATE MY DETAILS? (EG. BANKING/ADDRESS)
You can contact us at email@example.com
HOW DO I ACCESS MY TAX INVOICE?
Your tax receipt is automatically sent.
Please keep us updated of any changes of address to ensure prompt and safe receipt of your tax invoice.
HOW DO I LEARN MORE ABOUT WORKPLACE GIVING?
Information about workplace giving will be posted on the website at a later stage.
HOW DO I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT LEAVING A GIFT IN MY WILL?
Including a gift in your Will to the Lasallian Foundation, no matter how big or small, will help us continue helping disadvantaged and marginalised children for generations to come. Please head to our Bequest page for more information or if you would prefer to speak to someone, please phone (02) 9795 6490 .
I WANT TO MAKE A DONATION BUT I WANT TO PAY BY CHEQUE. HOW CAN I DO THIS?
The Lasallian Foundation has a range of payment options including cheque and direct deposit. For security reasons, we do not encourage you to send cash through the post. Please send cheque donations to:
PO Box 221
Bankstown NSW 1885
t: +61 2 9795 6490
If you wish to make a direct deposit into our bank account or you have any further questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAN I DONATE CLOTHES, FOOD OR OTHER SUPPLIES TO THE LASALLIAN FOUNDATION DURING AN EMERGENCY?
The Lasallian Foundation does not accept donations of goods or items for overseas emergencies. Financial donations are best so that appropriate relief items can be purchased locally. The rationale for this includes purchasing relief items locally can help stimulate local economies affected by a disaster and the costs of transporting goods-in-kinds to disaster-affected regions is prohibitively expensive and so the costs outweigh the benefit.