Workplace Giving and Bequests

You can support our work by nominating the Foundation as the recipient of your regular workplace giving deductions or by including a charitable gift in your will.

Your contributions will be used to:

  • provide perpetual scholarships for high-potential individuals
  • support industries with limited capacity to invest in leadership development
  • support high need areas of Australia where leadership needs strengthening

All gifts to the Foundation are deductible for taxation purposes under Section 30-25, item 2.1.1 of the Taxation Act 1997.

Workplace Giving

Workplace Giving is a simple and effective way for employees to nominate a regular amount of their pre-tax income to be deducted from their salary and forwarded to the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation.

We will receive regular donations to help support its work and your donation summary will be recorded in your gift certificate.

Workplace Giving – Pledge Form – follow the easy steps to start donating from your regular pay cycles.


After providing for your friends and family, you may consider leaving a gift in your will to the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation.

Your generous gift will be used to fund perpetual scholarships to develop the capacity of Australia’s future leaders.

We recommend that you consult with a legal adviser or trustee to ensure your wishes and intentions are legally represented in your will.

The suggested wording for this gift in your will is:

I bequeath (a percentage of your estate) or (a specified sum) for the general purposes of the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation (ABN 80 056 874 787). The receipt of an authorised officer of the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation shall be a complete and sufficient discharge for the executor(s).

Organisational Information

Australian Rural Leadership Foundation

Address: 1st Floor 24 Napier Close Deakin ACT 2600

Phone: 02 6281 0680

ABN: 80 056 874 787

Endorsed as an income tax exempt charity and deductible gift recipient

Endorsed by the Australian Government as a technical and further education charity