How to give
Thank you for choosing to give to Curtin University. There are several ways to give to Curtin and all donations, large and small, are gratefully received. By generously supporting Curtin’s students, researchers and our priority projects and initiatives, you are contributing to a brighter future for all. Together, Curtin and its supporters will change minds, lives and the world.
Making a donation online is quick and easy, and makes an immediate impact. You’ll receive a tax receipt a few moments after making your donation. View our projects and initiatives to select the area that best fits with your vision, and use the respective online donation form to make your gift.
Give by mail
To make your gift by mail, please complete the Curtin University donation form and post it to:
GPO Box U1987
Perth, WA 6845
Give in person
We welcome visits to the University Advancement office. To make your gift in person, please complete the Curtin University donation form and visit us at the address below:
Level 3, Building 100
Bentley, WA 6102
Give by phone
To make your donation over the phone, please call the Development team on +61 9266 9255. One of our team members will assist you to make your donation and can advise you on the projects and initiatives at Curtin that best align with your vision.
Ways to give
You can choose to give a one-off gift immediately, or you can structure your gift (a specific amount over a set period of time) as a pledge so that it’s paid in instalments.
Setting up a regular gift allows you to make a big impact over time, and in a way that works for your budget.
There are many opportunities available for you to establish a program, scholarship or fund at Curtin, and these can often be named after you, your company or someone you hold dear. To discuss how you can make a difference through a substantial gift, please contact Natasha Allchurch, Director, Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +61 8 9266 3080.
Endowed gifts are invested in accordance with Curtin’s Investment and Treasury Management Policy. When you establish an endowed gift with Curtin University or give to an existing endowed fund, the capital is carefully invested to generate interest, and the interest accrued annually will be directed to the cause you have chosen to support. Structuring your gift in this way ensures that the impact of your gift will continue in perpetuity, and will benefit generations to come.
A gift in your Will is a wonderful way to honour your values and accomplishments, whilst also generously supporting the University. By leaving a bequest, you will be part of Curtin’s future achievements.
Curtin’s Alumni Annual Appeal is an opportunity for you to connect with your university, hear about news and achievements from current Curtin students, and come together with your fellow alumni to transform lives through philanthropy.
If you would like to be part of future appeals please ensure your contact details are up-to-date by completing this form or emailing email@example.com. More information can be found on the Alumni Annual Appeal webpage.
Give to Change enables Curtin staff to support the projects and areas close to their hearts, and drive change at the University through philanthropy. Gifts can be made pre-tax through a payroll deduction, and staff donations are matched dollar-for-dollar by Curtin.
Tax benefits of your gift
Curtin University is registered as a deductible gift recipient (DGR) under federal government legislation, endorsed by the Australian Tax Office (ATO) as an income tax concession charity (TCC) and registered with the Australian Charities and not-for-profits commission. Curtin University provides you with a tax receipt for every gift greater than $2.
General information can be provided about your gift, however, we advise you to consult your financial adviser and/or accountant.