Regular giving is one of the most effective ways to support us. Knowing we can rely on your regular contribution allows us to plan for the future.
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 getting in touch with us.
We will send you a receipt as requested for all your donations received in the previous financial year for your tax purposes.
You can regularly donate from your pre-tax pay 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.
Gifts in wills have a significant impact. Your legacy will help fund brain cancer research and bring 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 a charity has had – perhaps work that has directly influenced you or a cause you believe in and see as vital for future generations. It is a good idea to talk with your family 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: Residue of your estate (what remains after specific gifts have been made); percentage of your estate; a specific sum; or a specific asset. 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).
Fundraising is one of the most powerful and fun ways to get involved and engage your community to raise funds for the Charlie Teo Foundation. We have fundraisers happening all around Australia.
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 challenge yourself and ask your friends and family to sponsor you. We always welcome new ideas!
To fundraise for us, please submit a Fundraising Application and ensure you have read our Fundraising Guidelines. For any support in organising your fundraiser, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You might prefer to fundraise online. You can join a running event, create a fundraising page for birthday, an event, or in memory of a loved one. You might even wish to challenge yourself for Charlie! If you only want to fundraise online, there’s no need to complete a Fundraising Application, simply get started below.
By engaging in corporate social responsibility, our corporate community can make a real impact and help stop one person in Australia dying every 7 hours from this terrible disease. Charlie Teo Foundation is actively seeking out corporate partnerships that align with our values to provide a sustainable source of funding for brain cancer research. We are open to pursuing innovative ideas about how we can partner together.
There are so many powerful stories within our brain cancer community and we’d love to hear yours.
You may be a brain cancer patient, a carer, family member or have lost a loved one to brain cancer. Sharing your story can help to offer hope to our brain cancer community.