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Make a General Donation

Provide urgently needed funds to projects or make a general donation to support our work. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.

 

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  • Other Ways to Donate & Support

Payroll Giving


Employees: You can support Taskforce through your company’s workplace giving scheme, provided Taskforce is on their list of nominated charities. If we are not on the list, you can ask to nominate Taskforce as your chosen charity.

If your workplace does not have a Payroll Giving program, contact our Administration team who will provide advice and assistance.

Pre-tax giving: Most Workplace Giving programs make contributions from your pre-tax salary, allowing you to receive the tax benefit immediately.

This means that Taskforce does not need to issue individual receipts, saving us both time and money.

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Fundraising at Home or Work


Organise a fundraising event at home or at work to support Taskforce. If you want a change from your usual nine-to-five and want to help to make a difference fundraising at work or home is for you.

Why not organise a simple, easily-run, in-house fundraiser?

Set yourself and your friends or colleagues a challenge and have lots of fun too!

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Donate Materials

Many people who access our services are in desperate need of emergency aid. Food vouchers, new clothing, toys and other materials can help to make a huge difference.

You can donate specific items to the many families and children who access our services.

Leave a Bequest

Making a will is the best way to take care of people you love and help those most in need throughout Melbourne. Your bequest to Taskforce will help us to invest in cost-effective programs that promote long-term, sustainable change.

Making a will lets you decide who will receive your assets when you no longer need them. Without a valid will, the government distributes your property and personal possessions to your legal heirs according to a strict formula that varies from state to state.

So making a will is a positive action that brings you peace of mind.

Making your will is usually quite simple and inexpensive. It must be in writing and signed before two witnesses who also must sign as witnesses. You can make a will yourself but it's safer to have a professional prepare your will with you. Solicitors usually prepare wills for a standard set fee. The Public Trustee can also help you to prepare your will for a small percentage of your estate when your assets are distributed.

Taskforce can help you with more information.

Become a Corporate Partner

There are many different ways that companies and organisations can support Taskforce. We are looking to develop long term, mutually beneficial partnerships with ethical companies.

If your organisation is able to make a donation greater than $5,000, you can directly support a specific Taskforce project. Regular reports are provided about the project to show your staff how your support has made an impact.