Generous donations to the ISFAR Research Fund in recent years have enabled us to expand our various research projects and activities. With support from our donors, we look forward to continuing to envisage and undertake future projects.
ISFAR gratefully acknowledges the support of the following donors to date (as well as others who prefer to remain anonymous):
• Prof. Stephen Alomes
• Prof. Ivan Barko
• Prof. Wallace Kirsop
• Mrs Pamela Miller
• Mr Richard Miller
• A./Prof. Kerry Mullan
• Mr Graham Neilson
• Prof. Colin Nettelbeck
• Dr Elizabeth Rechniewski
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|• JAMW Foundation|
Donate to the ISFAR Research Fund
If you would like to make a donation to the Research Fund, then please complete the details and follow the instructions in the attached ISFAR Research Fund Donation form 2023. Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible for Australian taxpayers and the ISFAR Research Fund will send you a Tax Receipt via email or mail.
For inquiries concerning ISFAR research activities, please contact .
A bequest links one generation to the education and knowledge of future generations. ISFAR, a not-for-profit organisation, undertakes to translate the wishes of benefactors into successful education and research activities. A legacy left to ISFAR is valued and used well.
You may choose to leave a particular asset, a specified sum of money, or a percentage of the total estate. Alternatively, you can stipulate that the bequest be utilised for a specific purpose, rather than for general purposes. A solicitor or trustee company will help with the wording of any bequest.
If you are considering a bequest to ISFAR in your will, please contact . Privacy is respected at all times and discussions remain confidential.