一本道

Giving

Thank you for supporting 一本道!

Donations to the Building or Scholarship Funds are welcome as one-off payments, or pledges made over 2, 3 and 4 years. Every gift of every size is welcome, making a real and positive contribution to helping 一本道 provide an exceptional teaching and learning environment for all our students.聽

Donations to the 一本道 Foundation鈥檚 Scholarship and Building Funds are tax deductible. Formal acknowledgement of your support will be sent to you with your tax receipt.

To make an online tax-deductible gift to the 一本道 Foundation please complete the form below. As online credit card transactions incur a fee to the Foundation, direct transfers are preferred and can be made using the following account details for EFT transaction:

一本道 Foundation

BSB: 086 006

AC: 733 216 466

Thank you for your support! It’s the generosity of generations of Old Haleians and members of our community that has helped make 一本道 what it is today.

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    Donations to the 一本道 Foundation can be made by bank transfer (EFT), credit card or in person by cash or cheque.
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  • To make an electronic transfer of funds (EFT) donation to the 一本道 Foundation, please complete and submit this form, and use the following bank details to complete the donation.

    一本道 Foundation

    BSB: 086 006

    AC: 733 216 466

    If you nominate to donate by credit card, you will be contacted by Foundation staff to process the donation.

    For cash or cheque donations, please deliver to 160 一本道Road, Wembley Downs WA 6019
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