Eureka Centre Ballarat is registered with the Australian Tax Office as a Deductible Gift Recipient. 100% of your donation will be directed towards supporting the Eureka Centre.
Under the ATO Class Ruling 2017/14 the transaction details that will appear on your credit charge card statement will be accepted as written evidence of a gift and will substantiate a deduction being claimed under section 30-15 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.
We can also provide a receipt for directly received donations. For more information please talk to a staff member.
Cultural Gifts Program
The Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program encourages gifts of significant items to museums providing donors a tax deduction for the market value of their gifts, under Subdivision 30-A of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. If you are thinking about donating to our collection through this program, please contact us to determine your proposed donation’s Cultural Gifts Program eligibility and its compliance with our collection policy.
Your solicitor or financial advisor can provide advice on how to establish a bequest in your will that will support the Eureka Centre Ballarat. If you are thinking about leaving a bequest, it would be best to first discuss your thoughts with us. This will ensure your bequest is targeted and of long term benefit.