As a not-for-profit registered charity, the Academy deeply appreciates the support of generous benefactors whose donations have assisted the Academy’s vital work to promote understanding of how technological science, engineering and innovation can help to improve the common good for all Australians.
Your donation or bequest can be applied to purposes that are consistent with the Academy’s purpose, to promote in Australia the application of scientific and engineering knowledge to practical purpose. For example, STELR— a national, in-curriculum program that engages students in active learning and directly supports teachers to enhance their skills and capacity to teach science and maths via enquiry based learning.
Donations to the general work of the Academy are also immensely valuable, allowing your money to be directed to areas of strategic need.
By considering the Academy in your Will, you will make a lasting contribution to assist the Academy to promote and strengthen Technological Sciences, Engineering and Innovation to contribute to Australia’s social, economic and environmental wellbeing. Substantial gifts may be associated in some conspicuous manner with the name of the benefactor.
For further details regarding the types of Bequests, please refer to pages 3-4 in the following document:
For those considering a bequest for a specific purpose, the Academy would be very pleased to discuss the intention of the bequest at any time. If you already have included the Academy in your Will, we would appreciate the opportunity to say “thank you”.
Australian taxation legislation allows for contributors to be acknowledged in a newsletter or periodical if the acknowledgement is of small cost and prominence. The Academy can acknowledge donors in its magazine Focus.
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