Rotary Club of Brighton Charitable Foundation
The Rotary Club of Brighton Charitable Foundation was commenced in 1987 to allow tax free donations to be made to the Rotary Club of Brighton.
PP Jack Joel OAM founded the Benefactor Fund which in 2006 was merged into the existing Rotary Club of Brighton Charitable Foundation. The Benefactor Program raised considerable funds from donations and bequests of some of the members of the Rotary Club of Brighton.
The purpose of the Foundation is to provide benefits to or for the furtherance of the aims, ideals and objectives of Rotary and other community or charitable purposes.
Your tax Deductible donation is requested. Any amount can be donated and a receipt for tax deductibility will be issued.
All donation requests from the Board of the Rotary Club of Brighton must be approved by the Trustees. Recipients of donations must have DGR status.
The Trustees of the Foundation plan to distribute up to 50% of the profit generated by the Trust in the preceding financial year.