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Donate to us

Sandybeach Centre is an independent not-for-profit community co-operative society. Your donation can make a real difference in helping others. Donations can be made to support specific programs, equipment, or the Centre generally.

If you are looking to make a tax-deductible donation (DGR), Sandybeach Centre is registered for two DGR funds:

  • Building Fund: Like many older buildings in the area, we struggle to keep our facility usable for all community members. Donations to this fund help maintain and improve our building.

  • Scholarship Fund: This fund supports individuals in education programs. Anyone attending an educational program at a registered service and experiencing financial hardship is eligible to apply.

Donations help Sandybeach Centre keep fees low and support vulnerable people in joining community activities. Your generosity ensures that everyone has access to the resources and support they need.

Please see below for your donation button or speak to one of our friendly reception staff about how you can donate in person. Thank you for your support!

We thank the following for their past donations:

  • Sandringham Rotary Club 

  • Beaumaris Rotary Club 

  • Lions Club of Sandringham

  • Community Bank Sandringham

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Bequest to Sandybeach Centre
Bequesting FAQ
  1. What Is Bequesting?

    • Bequesting is the act of including a charitable organization, like Sandybeach Centre, in your will. It’s a way to leave a lasting impact on causes you care about.

  2. Why Should You Consider Bequesting?

    • We all want to ensure our assets go to the right people or causes. Without a will, your assets might end up with unintended recipients.

    • By bequesting, you can support Sandybeach’s mission even after you’re gone.

  1. Who Can Be a Beneficiary?

    • Anyone can be a beneficiary in your will—your family, friends, or a charity. Sandybeach Centre is a wonderful choice!

    • You can specify a lump sum or residuals to benefit the organization.

  2. Choosing an Executor

    • Nominate someone you trust as the executor of your will. They’ll handle your affairs and ensure your wishes are carried out.

  3. Seek Professional Guidance

    • Consult a solicitor to draft your will. They’ll answer your questions and guide you through the process.

    • Remember, peace of mind comes from having a well-prepared will.

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