Regular giving is one of the most effective ways to support the Foundation. Knowing we can rely on your regular contribution allows us to work with the researchers to plan for the future.
Becoming a regular giver means you will be making a direct and ongoing impact to the lives of brain cancer patients giving them hope of better treatments.
Regular giving is easy and flexible. Each month your chosen amount is automatically debited from your credit card. You can increase, decrease or cancel your monthly donation at any time by contacting us.
Once you have signed up, we will send you a letter confirming your payment details and welcoming you as one of our valued supporters.
We will send you a receipt every July for all your donations received in the previous financial year which you can then use for tax purposes.
Become a regular giver today by emailing:
Our workplace giving program allows you to regularly donate from your pre-tax pay to the Foundation through your employer’s payroll system.
You can determine how much you would like to contribute, and your donation can be stopped or altered at any time. You do not have to collect, keep or claim receipts. Your donations will be processed with your pay and you will get an immediate, guaranteed tax deduction.
Your donation will be made pre-tax so that it will cost you less than the amount we receive from your payroll ofce.
By joining your colleagues in our workplace giving program your regular contributions accumulate to make a significance diference in lives of brain cancer patients.
Fundraising is one of the most powerful and enjoyable ways to get involved and contribute directly to the Charlie Teo Foundation. We have community fundraisers happening all around the country!
The key to successful fundraising is doing something fun that suits your audience. Organise your own individual or team fundraising event, collect donations as part of a special celebration or in memory of someone, or join a community event and ask your friends and family to sponsor you. We always welcome new ideas!
You can register your fundraiser with us by completing our Fundraising Form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also refer to our Fundraising Guide.Fundraising GuideGet Started
To fundraise online simply create your fundraising page by clicking Get Started below.
Create a fundraising page for your birthday, wedding, or any special occasions and ask friends to donate instead of buying a present.Get Started
Create a fundraising page in memory of your loved one. This can be done instead of funeral envelopes or a way to celebrate their memory on their birthday etc.Get Started
Challenge yourself and ask friends, family and colleagues to sponsor you. Challenges can be anything from a head shave to a motorbike ride. The Challenge is up to you!Get Started
Leave a gift to us in your will Volunteer Partnering with the Foundation offers businesses the opportunity to engage with Charlie’s community. Your brand and business will be supporting a respected name in the Australian medical and non-profit community, with Charlie named the Most Trusted Person in Australia for the past 6 consecutive years.
Your support makes a real difference to brain cancer research and patient outcomes, moving us towards a world free of brain cancer.
Contact us to find out how your company can partner with us.Contact Us
Do you have time, skills and expertise to share?
The Foundation truly values the time and energy that our amazing volunteers give to our cause. We are often looking for people to assist us whether that is in the office or at our events.
The first step to becoming a volunteer is to complete the Volunteer Survey. You will then receive emails from us when we callout for volunteers!Survey
Gifts in wills have a significant impact. Your legacy will help fund brain cancer research and give hope to people affected by brain cancer.
It is important for everyone to have a valid will. As part of your estate planning you may consider recognising the impact charities have had on the lives of you and your family. It may be work that has directly influenced you or causes that you believe in and see as vital for future generations.
It is a good idea to talk with your family now about your will and gift, or you may prefer to leave a written statement with your will explaining your reasons for giving to charity.
Here are some options for leaving a gift in your will:
Below is an example of wording that can be discussed with your solicitor, added to a new will or if you have an existing will, can be added by a codicil:
“I give to the Charlie Teo Foundation [the residue of my estate; X% of my estate; the sum of $X; my (specify items of property)], free of all duties and taxes and the receipt of the secretary or other authorised officer will be a sufficient discharge for my executor(s).”
You may also need further details of the Charlie Teo Foundation as follows:
Registered Office: Level 1, 605 Botany Rd Rosebery NSW 2018
ABN: 57 622 041 061
Charlie Teo Foundation is a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits
Commission (ACNC) and is endorsed by the Australian Tax Office as a Deductible Gift
Recipient Item 1 (DGR1).
Thank you so much for considering a gift to the Foundation in your will. If you would like any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.