There are many ways to support us:Make a Donation Becoming a Disability Rights Defender Volunteering and student placement Becoming a financial member
You will receive an email confirmation for this tax deductible donation.
If you prefer not to make an online donation, there are two easy ways to donate using cheque or credit card:
Please Note: If you are an Australian resident for taxation purposes, you would ordinarily be entitled to a tax deduction for a donation of $2 or more. If you are a non-resident of Australia for taxation purposes, please seek your own professional advice in respect of the tax deductibility of your donation.
You can help change lives and make a significant difference to the work of PWD by making a regular, monthly, tax-deductible donation. Regular donations help us pursue essential projects, such as free Individual and Group Advocacy services for people with disability and provide information and training to people with disability and their associates.
Ongoing non-government support by our Disability Rights Defenders also gives us greater freedom to openly critique the government, ministers and government departments and hold them accountable to the CRPD and their own laws.
We keep our Disability Rights Defenders informed with regular newsletters and updates to let you know how we are using your donations!
As a Disability Rights Defender, you will receive:
How do I become a Disability Rights Defender?
There are two easy ways to become Disability Rights Defender.
You tell us know how regularly you want to give (fortnightly, monthly, quarterly, annually) through your credit card, bank, building society or credit union account. As a Disability Rights Defender your monthly donation will be automatically deducted and if you choose to end your contributions, simply phone PWD and inform us of your decision.
Automated donations reduce the administration costs of PWD, so more of your donation will go towards the projects and research needed to defend the rights of people with disability.
Your donations help us pursue essential projects, such as free Individual and Group Advocacy services for people with disability and provide information and training to people with disability and their associates. We are of and for people with disability and work to secure equal rights and access for everyone.
Where will my money go?
80% of all funds received go directly into our essential projects. These include:
20% of funds received go towards administration costs (promotion, finances, management etc).
Please consider including PWD in your Will. Your bequest will enable us to continue effectively our essential work into the future.
The E-Bulletin is a source of PWDA's internal news and developments in the disability sector at the state, national and international levels. It goes out to members and interested others regularly by email.