Regular Givers help us with reliable income which assist us to plan for the future. These payments can be weekly, fortnightly, monthly, whatever suits the giver. If you choose this method of donation, you will need to set up regular donations directly from your bank or credit card to YAMS Foundation bank account and complete the Regular Giving Registration form.
If you would like to become a YAMS Foundation Regular Giver, please complete the Regular Giving Registration Form – Click here
Bank: Bendigo Bank
BSB: 633 000
Account Number: 137 579 496
Description Line: Regular Donation – (your First Name_Surname)
Giving In Memoriam
A gift in memory of a loved one is a lasting and meaningful tribute and becoming more common. Families can request donations to YAMS Foundation is lieu of flowers and many find it comforting to know that their donation will help save the lives of others.
We are happy to help with your in memoriam donation during a difficult time. It is very simple to set up and you can call Jude Donahoo on 0409 961 904 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. YAMS Foundation will provide special individualised donation envelopes and can arrange delivery. Donors can choose to remain anonymous but a list of all donations will be provided.
Alternatively, you may choose to donate online at http://www.everydayhero.com.au/event/yamsfoundationdonate where a a personal message can be left. A tax deductible receipt will be sent to your nominated email.
Leave a gift in will
Leaving a gift in will ensures our work will live on. The majority of our income is from ordinary, everyday people who donate in some form or another. It may be through a collection bucket, buying a raffle ticket, donating to a gold coin table, through Share the Sunshine Day, any fundraising event. But there is not a lot of information about leaving a gift in will to a favourite charity however, anyone can do this. There is a misconception that only rich people can do this but anyone can. Whatever amount you may choose, big or small, we are grateful.
It is very simple to organise and should be done under the guidance of a solicitor when making your will.
Workplace giving is a simple and effective method for employees to support a charity. It is voluntary and simply involves employees nominating a charity and the amount per month they’d like to donate. The deduction is then made through the company’s payroll system. The pledge can be anything from a couple of dollars to several hundred per month.
To learn more about establishing a workplace giving program you can visit the Australian Taxation Office