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The value of your donation will be long lasting because it will be invested in sustainable outcomes. Generous donor support allows our volunteer AusHEAL teams to make greater impact in the DR Congo and develops resourced infrastructure in HEAL Africa Hospital. Every dollar makes a difference. Travelling to such a dangerous and conflict ridden place where so many impoverished people suffer from treatable diseases is not for everyone, and maybe not for you.

Your donation can provide AusHEAL and those who travel to D.R.Congo with the opportunity to really make a difference. 

Your gift brings action.

Your gift will make a sustainable impact. In 2016 we are seeking donations to supply the following :

$1500 medical supplies for use by AusHEAL team members visiting HEAL Africa Hospital
$2,000 to pay for Congolese medical students to interpret for team members
$2,200 one AusHEAL team member’s “in-country” costs
$6,000 Vital sings monitors, some specifically for children
$6,000 logistical and IT infrastructure
$11,000 for basic in-country essential and emergency surgery training
$15,000 short-term development grants sponsoring Congolese staff to learn in other hospitals
$35,000 to assist funding treatment for the most needy who cannot afford care offered by AusHEAL team members
$40,000 ongoing international specialist training for Congolese doctors

How you can donate to AusHEAL:

(1) To make a tax deductible donation

Donations to AusHEAL’s medical work in D.R.Congo are tax-deductible if directed through our partner organisation  Global Development Group (GDG).  Gifts over $2 to GDG with a preference for the AusHEAL Congo Project (J730N) are tax-deductible.  Global Development Group (ABN 57 102 400 993) is a DFAT-approved NGO under the OAGDS scheme and signatory to the ACFID Code of Conduct. Its role is in the area of general oversight, transfer of funds, monitoring and evaluation.

To donate ONLINE to Global Development Project J730N, please visit www.globaldevelopment.org.au. (Phone 07 3341 6475)

Alternately CHEQUES may be made payable to ‘GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT GROUP –  J730N ‘,  

ENCLOSE  your name & address & notation for J730N AusHEAL Congo Project for a tax deductible receipt  &

POST to :  GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT,  PO Box 651 Rochedale South QLD 4123

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(2) To make a non-tax deductible donation

Please make your CHEQUE payable to AusHEAL and post to AusHEAL PO Box 1549 Carindale Brisbane QLD 4152

or donate directly online to :  Account name :  AusHEAL     BSB  084 435        Account # 1982 48086

 Enter your name and email details of your donation to office@ausheal.org Please include your name, address and contact phone number.

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 (3) To arrange monthly / regular donations

Please email our office at  office@ausheal.org and also indicate your preference of tax-deductible or non-tax-deductible donations.

 

(4) Leave A Gift in Your Will

Leaving a bequest is an extraordinary act of generosity and kindness, a gift that leaves a legacy and helps our work live on. By remembering AusHEAL in your will, your commitment will help us to continue to empower HEAL Africa Hospital staff and systems by developing surgical and other related healthcare support.

Poteau, returning nurse-anaesthetist with Neil

Will Wording

To include AusHEAL in your will, we suggest you use the following wording (subject to legal advice):

“I bequeath to AusHEAL (the residue of my estate), or (a specific sum), or (specified items), or (specified percentage of my estate) free of all duties, and a receipt from an authorised officer of the organisation shall be a complete and sufficient discharge for the executor(s)”

Appropriate information for your solicitor:

  • ABN: 99 150 512 315
  • AusHEAL, PO Box 1549, Carindale Brisbane QLD 4152
  • AusHEAL is endorsed by the Australian Tax Office & Australian Charities & Not-for-Profits Commission as an income tax exempt charitable entity.

If you would like to discuss any aspect of leaving a bequest to AusHEAL, please contact our office at office@ausheal.org