EAA receives Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status

The Australian Government has recognised the work done by the Estonian Archives in Australia through registration as a Cultural Organisation and the grant of Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status for taxation purposes.

The Archives are the only Estonian organisation in Australia to have this status. The DGR status means that all donations of $2 and over to the Archives’ Kris Kaldma fund are now tax-deductible.

EAA has set up a separate account, the Kris Kaldma Fund to receive the tax-deductible donations. Kris Kaldma was an active member of the Canberra Estonian community and left the Archive a bequest on his death in 1999. Funds from this account can only be spent on approved cultural activities such as exhibitions, workshops, talks, seminars and publications.

You can donate to the Kris Kaldma Fund by cheque or direct deposit.

Please address your cheque made payable to the “Kris Kaldma Fund” and send to:

via Cheque

The Estonian Archives in Australia
141 Campbell St
Surry Hills NSW 2010
Australia

If you require a receipt, please provide a return address.

via Direct Deposit

Please deposit your donation to the following account:

Name: Kris Kaldma Fund
BSB: 062-016
Acct No: 11651110
Reference: Your full name

If you require a receipt, please request one via the Online Receipt Request Form.

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