DONATE TO SOLDIER ON
Soldier On provides vital mental health services, education and employment support, and social connection activities to support our Defence personnel, contemporary veterans, and their families across Australia. Our services HELP contemporary veterans and their families overcome impacts from their service, helping them to continue to serve or adjust to civilian life.
Soldier On does not receive any ongoing government funding. You, the community, make all that we do possible.
HOW TO DONATE
There are several ways to donate funds to support the work that we do at Soldier On.
Every dollar truly does make a difference!
**We are a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission. We have DGR status and all donations over $2 are tax-deductible.
REGULAR GIVING PROGRAM
Regular giving is an easy way to make an amazing difference to the lives of the men and women who have served our nation in the Australian Defence Force.
For as little as $5 a week, you can help us provide vital services to the national security community.
Your ongoing commitment will ensure that Australia’s Defence personnel, and their families, have free access to Soldier On services. You will be helping them build successful futures for themselves and their families.
It is easy to start giving regularly. Simply click HERE, register your details and nominate the amount you would like to contribute weekly, fortnightly, or monthly. The choice is yours!
In July of each year, you will receive a tax summary, outlining all of your donations for the financial year.
Every dollar makes a difference! If you would like to make a one-off donation through our secure portal, please click the donate button.
Leaving a gift in a Will is an incredible way to provide ongoing support to the men and women who have served our nation, after passing.
“I feel greatly honoured to be able to accept the position of Patron of the Soldier On Bequest Society. What a marvellous way for compassionate people to show their care for our service men and women who have suffered both physically and mentally from their service to our Nation. You are helping them to live useful and rewarding lives in our peaceful society. So would you join me by bequeathing a donation to Soldier On in your Will. Thank you.” – Keith Payne VC, OAM, and Patron of Soldier On Bequest Society.
Every year, the demands for support of our service personnel are increasing. Your gift, no matter how large or small, will help us to achieve our mission by working side by side with those who have served, continue to serve our nation, and their families to help secure their futures.
When choosing to leave a generous gift to Soldier On in your Will, you are making a meaningful contribution that impacts the futures of so many men and women across Australia.
When writing your Will, you may choose to gift:
- percentage of your estate
- set a dollar figure
- percentage of your share portfolio
- another asset
- residue of your estate after making provision for your family
All gifts, regardless of size, are gratefully received by Soldier On.
Will Kits are available in many locations across Australia or you can talk to your Solicitor for advice.
Workplace Giving enables individuals to contribute a portion of their salary, pre-tax, to charity. This means that you immediately see the tax benefit of your donation and do not have to wait to submit your tax return.
Ask your employer if there is a Workplace Giving Program available. In some instances, employers will match donations from employees’ dollar for dollar and donate directly to the charity. If Soldier On is not on your workplace’s list of charities, let them know you would like to donate to us via the Workplace Giving Program.
If you require more information about Soldier On or want to know how to set up a Workplace Giving Program in your organisation, contact us at email@example.com
OTHER WAYS TO DONATE
For more information on other ways to donate, such as Gifts in Celebration or Gifts in Memory, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org