Donate Shares

Do you have shares that you would like to put to work helping to keep children safe from violence? ShareGift Australia can make the process very easy and tax effective* for you.

ShareGift Australia is a not-for-profit organisation that provides you with an easy way to sell and donate small parcels of shares that would otherwise be difficult and expensive to trade.

ShareGift Australia can convert your shares into a charitable donation to the Alannah & Madeline Foundation without paying brokerage. This provides you with a cost-effective solution to help tidy up your share portfolio. There is no need to use a stockbroker which means there are no brokerage or other fees involved in using the service.

Here's how to make a donation using ShareGift Australia:
  1. Print and complete the donation form.
  2. Post the form to GPO Box 4370, Melbourne, VIC, 3001.
  3. We will forward the form to ShareGift Australia and arrange for the shares to be sold.
  4. You will receive a separate letter from ShareGift Australia with details of the share sale, which you can keep as a receipt for tax purposes.

Your donation could help keep thousands of children safe from violence.

Thank you for considering the Alannah & Madeline Foundation as a beneficiary of your shares. The Alannah & Madeline Foundation believes every child deserves to live in a safe and supportive environment.

 Read our donor promise here

ShareGift donation form

*The Alannah & Madeline Foundation does not provide tax advice. Please consult your taxation adviser for advice about your tax situation.

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