The Capital Region Landkeepers Trust welcomes new donors and benefactors who share our commitment and passion for learning and leadership in landscape restoration management.
The Trust’s mission is particularly attractive to people within the Capital Region’s professional, academic, scientific and corporate sectors; especially those who are eager to see financial contributions used locally. The Trust welcomes direct donations, including donations through workplace giving, regular salary deductions and specific bequests.
Consistent with our commitment to partnerships and collaboration, the Trust will work with potential donors and benefactors to find leveraging opportunities.
Contributions might be directed to a particular stream of Trust investment or used across all streams. The Trust will acknowledge contributors through its web site, promotional material, public forums and application material. For a potential donor or benefactor wishing to make a substantial contribution, a discrete, jointly named scholarship, fellowship or grant fund can be established within the umbrella of the trust.
Donations to the Landkeepers Trust are tax-deductible
We welcome one-off or regular contributions to the following account*:
Landkeepers Public Fund
Account: 120 484 27
*Bank Australia customers use Cap as the 3-letter account name starting letters for a within-bank transfer
Thanks for your contribution – for a receipt please email us, and we will also respond about how you may like to be acknowledged:
Consider a bequest
You could write the Trust into your will with a bequest – a gift that will keep on giving, by including the following in your will:
I give the Capital Regional Landkeepers Trust the sum of $…. for its general purposes free of all duties payable upon or in consequence of my death and I declare that the receipt of its Secretary, Treasurer or any other authorised officer shall be sufficient discharge to my Executors.
I give devise and bequeath the rest and residue of my Estate to the Capital Region Landkeepers Trust for its general purposes and I declare that the receipt of its Secretary, Treasurer or other authorised officer shall be sufficient discharge to my Executors
The Fine Print
- Tax deductibility of your donations: Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) endorsement from the Australian Government and entry onto the Register of Environmental Organisations was awarded in May 2014.
- The Landkeepers Public Fund (ABN: 44 958 080 869) is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient under Subdivision 30-BA of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.
- All donations over $2 are tax deductible
- ACT Charitable Collection License: L19000753