The Men’s Resource Centre relies on financial donations to help provide needed services and programs to enhance men’s health and well-being in the community.
MRC uses all donations in a cost effective way, funding local events to promote men’s health, maintaining the operation of an effective shop front office and employing staff to take care of client enquiries.
The Men’s Resource Centre is endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office as a Health Promotion Charity and as a Deductible Gift Recipient. So you can claim a tax deduction for any donation made to the Men’s Resource Centre.
Ways to donate
Simply click on the Donation Button on the right hand side of the page. If you require a receipt for taxation purposes email your PayPal receipt to email@example.com for confirmation of payment and a tax receipt will be issued if the donation is over $5.00.
Send a cheque (please make cheques out to Men’s Resource Centre) to Men’s Resource Centre, 65 Serpentine Road, Albany 6330. For taxation purposes please provide your address so that we can send you an acknowledgement and receipt.
Electronic Funds Transfer to Men’s Resource Centre. Email us for bank details.
Donations can be made during office hours at the Men’s Resource Centre Office.
Direct can be arranged at your bank. Periodic payments can be weekly, monthly or annually. For taxation purposes please provide your address so that we can send you an acknowledgement and receipt.
By leaving a bequest to the Men’s Resource Centre we will be able to continue to achieve positive health outcomes for the men and boys of the Lower Great Southern Health District. If you have been helped by the Men’s Resource Centre or just wish to acknowledge the role played by the Men’s Resource Centre in the community please consider leaving us a bequest. Your gift whether small or large will make a considerable difference, and will greatly help the Men’s Resource Centre to continue its important work.
Things to consider when making a bequest to the MRC:
- An up to date Will is important.
- A clearly written Will is the only way to ensure that your estate is distributed according to your wishes. A simple Will is usually quite inexpensive to prepare. If you already have a Will, minor changes can be made by attaching a codicil.
- Seek professional advice.
- It is recommended you seek the advice of a qualified solicitor when preparing or altering your Will.
- Your solicitor may contact us for more information.
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