End of Financial Year Tax Receipt
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End of Financial Year Tax Receipt

Looking to claim your donations in your tax return this financial year?

If you are a regular donor, we will send you an annual tax receipt soon after June 30. Check your mailbox and keep an eye on your inbox from July 1 to make sure you don’t miss it. 

If your mailing or other details need updating, please contact our Supporter Relations team on 13 11 12 (Mon-Fri 8-5 EST) as soon as possible.

If you made a one-off donation, your receipt will be automatically sent to you in a mail or email (for online donations).

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*Please note: we rely on Australia Post to deliver your tax receipt. Due to COVID-19 there are delivery delays across the country. If we have a valid email address on your record, we will send you a digital copy of the receipt via email.   

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