Donation and Sponsorhip Help
Find answers to our most asked Donation and Sponsorhip Questions
How can I find out more?
To find out more about donations or bequests, please contact us on (08) 9424 6330. We have a dedicated email address for bequest enquiries: email@example.com
To find out more about sponsorship and talk to us about the potential for a mutually beneficial partnership, contact Jane Hammond on (08) 9424 6330 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What are the benefits of sponsorship?
By supporting us, you will have the satisfaction of knowing you have made a real difference to the lives of hundreds of older people, many of them in their 80s and 90s. At the same time you have the opportunity to get your brand in front of Australia’s fastest growing demographic, and enhance your reputation through association with a trusted organisation.
Can I make a bequest?
How do I make a donation?
What is the money used for?
Funds raised go to the Amana Living Anglican Foundation Inc. We then ensure that the money is used to enrich the lives of our residents and clients in some way.
There are many ways to enrich a life. We listen to individuals so that we understand what makes life rich and meaningful to them. Then we do our best to provide it. This could be anything from special pieces of furniture to services that don’t receive Government funding, such as the McCusker Nurse Service. If you would like your donation or bequest to go to a specific centre or project, please make sure you let us know.
Sponsorship funds enable us to stage a major enrichment event each year – a huge party for up to 800 residents and clients. This is a chance for guests to dress up, socialise and enjoy a sit-down lunch with live entertainment and dancing.
Why does Amana Living ask for donations and sponsorship?
Amana Living is a not-for-profit organisation with charitable status. Government funding helps us to provide quality care and services, but we go beyond quality care to involve our residents and clients in enrichment activities, to help them stay connected to others, and to enhance the care environment. This would not be possible on government funding alone.