Your donations enable the Foundation to foster research into the biology and cultivation of Australian plants:
This work has just scratched the surface of what we need to know about our flora. Our resources are limited, and we are forced to reject many good project proposals on financial grounds.
Where does the Foundation's money come from?
Our funding comes from two main sources:
How you can help
Donations. Donors contribute, regularly or when they have funds available, to fund research projects chosen by the Foundation. Donations over $2 are tax deducible - the Foundation is an "Approved Research Institute" and a "Deductible Gift Recipient" as defined in the Income Tax Assessment Act. Gifts of property and land are also tax deductible. The Foundation is registered as a charity by the Australian Taxation Office.
Your donations attract supporting funding from other sources, such as the Australian Research Council, Botanic Gardens and other organisations, and the Institution where the research is carried out.
One hundred percent of the money given in donations is spent on research.
Please send donations to
Australian Flora Foundation
PO Box 846
Willoughby NSW 22068
Cheques to be crossed and made payable to Australian Flora Foundation Inc
Bequests. For individuals who would like to contribute, but find themselves unable to do so at this time, a bequest is a way of making that contribution. The Australian Flora Foundation is an excellent, non government channel for directing gifts to research on Australian plants. More details are here.
The Australian Flora Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of all members and donors.