Donations Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, A Roof In Return is an ACNC (Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission) Registered Charity and complies with all ACNC regulations. To find out more about the ACNC visit: https://www.acnc.gov.au/
You can claim the full amount of the donation as long as it is $2 or more. There is no limit to how much you can claim, however, there is a limit to how much of a donation you can claim in a financial year.
Make a donation to A Roof In Return and keep the receipt. Lodge your tax return with the ATO and pay close attention to section D9 Gifts or donations of the return – this is where you list all the donations you have made.
If you are an Australian resident for tax purposes and donated $2 or more to an Australian registered charity you are eligible to claim the tax back on your donation.
A Roof In Return uses donations to fund the delivery of safe and secure housing options to veterans through Tenancy Facilitation, Bond Loan, Tenancy Guarantee, Rental Assistance, Interim Accommodation and Overnight Accommodation services.
We aim to keep our administration costs as low as practicable so the money we receive can be used to give veterans a roof in return.
To date the set-up costs, bank charges, printing, contracted services (such as auditors, accounting and government fees), have come from the Directors’ personal contributions and specific gifts from our supporters. We aim to source as many of our professional services from in-kind contributions provided through valued partnerships, however some areas of compliance do cost money, which is the same for any not-for-profit organisation.
There are currently no salaried positions at A Roof In Return and we receive no government funding.
We are a start-up not-for-profit organisation with a mission to provide housing support services to as many veterans as possible, in the most effective and efficient way. The way we can successively do this is by ensuring that we are performing as a best practice organisation and directing the maximum amount of funds to giving a roof in return.
Enquiries are welcome by calling us and donations can be made by clicking the donate button or visiting our how to give page here.
Yes, regular monthly donations are a powerful way to ensure our A Roof In Return can continue to support homeless veterans into the future. Donations can be set up through our website or by contacting the Donation team on 1300 VET ROOF or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, donations over $2 are tax deductible for Australian residents. If you make a one-off donation via our website, a receipt will be emailed to you immediately. If you generously sign up to donate monthly, your receipt will be sent at the end of the financial year. For more information about tax deductibility you should seek financial advice or visit the ATO website.
Direct Deposit: To deposit directly into the A Roof In Return bank account please download the Donation Form to find our bank account details.
Cheques/money orders: Please make your cheque or money order payable to the “A Roof In Return Ltd.”, and ensure your donation is accompanied with your name and address. Please post it to A Roof In Return at: PO Box 1010, Tahmoor NSW 2573.
Charity donations of $2 or more may be tax-deductible in Australia. For more information about your tax you should seek financial advice from your accountant or visit the ATO website.
Minimum website donation value is $30. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Amex & one-off donations through PayPal.
Please call us on 1300 VET ROOF or email: email@example.com for assistance.