If you donate through via the Katoke website or givenow* you will receive your tax receipt instantly via email. If you sponsor a student and pay in monthly installments/ direct debits, you will receive your tax receipt at the end of the financial year. If you sponsor a student with an upfront lump sum contribution, … Continue reading When will I receive my tax receipt from Katoke?
Yes! When creating your Will, firstly provide for family and friends, and then consider whether you can also include a gift to Katoke. See our Fundraising page for details.
There are lots of ways you can contribute to Katoke. You can Sponsor a student, attend a Fundraising event, or simply Make a Donation. We prefer credit card or direct debit. Recurring contributions can also save us a significant amount of money in fees and administration costs, meaning more can be dedicated to our programs. … Continue reading What is the best way to donate to Katoke?
Katoke Trust for Overseas Aid (ABN 51 742 721 573) is endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office as a Deductible Gift Recipient. Donations of $2 and over to the following funds are tax deductible: General donation Building program (used to build school facilities) Student and teacher sponsorship (used to develop students and teachers that graduate with … Continue reading Are donations tax-deductible?