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Making a gift to Tabor is one of the easiest ways to partner with the college and directly impact our students, faculty, academic programs, and community outreach efforts. As a private higher education institution, we do not have access to much of the Government funding that Public Universities do, and so we rely on the generous support of the community to help growth within Tabor. You will be helping to create the foundation of support that is critical to increasing the quality of programming and resources here at Tabor. We deeply appreciate and welcome your support.

Tabor is registered with the Australian Tax Office as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) which means gifts to the college are tax-deductible.

You can make a donation to both or either the Building Fund or the Gift Fund which is detailed directly below.

If you do not specify which fund you would like your donation to go to, it will be allocated to the Gift Fund.

For questions about deductions, tax receipts, or other related topics, please contact Finance on 1300 482 267.

You can donate directly using bank transfer:

Gift Fund  |  BSB: 065 126  |  Account Number: 10327050

Building Fund  |  BSB: 065 126  |  Account Number: 10383255

Alternatively, if you would like to send a cheque or money order, please made payable to ‘Tabor’ to the following address:

PO Box 1777
UNLEY SA 5061 AUSTRALIA

All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.

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