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Give back and boost your tax return this EOFY 2023
Did you know that donating to charity is not only a great way to help communities but also a way to help you minimise your income tax? But not all charities are created equally. When you donate this End of Financial Year (EOFY) by the 30th of June 2023, consider donating to Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission (ACNC) registered, deductible gift recipients (DGR) such as Good Neighbours Australia.
Why Donate to Good Neighbours Australia?
An Organisation You Can Trust
Good Neighbours Australia conducts its operations under key principles of professionalism, transparency, and sustainability. Check out our accountability policies here.
Good Neighbours Australia hopes that you will continue to support our endeavours in humanitarian aid, both within the Australian community as well as our neighbouring countries. Good Neighbours as a whole has supported over 197 community projects in over 41 countries, and expects to do a whole lot more in areas including: Water & Sanitation, Education, Health & Medical, Income Generation and Emergency Relief. To make a valued contribution, follow this link.
We greatly appreciate and thank you in advance for your EOFY donations!
100% Tax-Deductible Donations
If you are planning to, or have already donated to Good Neighbours Australia within the past financial year, read on to find out how you can claim your tax-deductible donations this EOFY.
Step 1: Have your donation receipt ready. We have sent you a donation invoice after you made your donation.
Step 2: Ensure that the amount you donated is eligible for tax deductions. The minimum is $2.
Step 3: Lodge your individual tax returns and claim your deductions!
30 Years of History
Launched in July 2018, Good Neighbours Australia is part of Good Neighbors International (GNI), an international humanitarian non-government charity organisation. Founded in 1991, GNI aims to make a world where people live together in harmony and without hunger. Ever since the first community development project in Bangladesh (1992), GNI has worked with over 7 million children and families in 41 countries.
All of our programs are based on the sustainable development goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations.