Noosa Shire Arts & Crafts Organisation is delighted to announce that we have been granted registration as a tax-deductible public fund.
As a not-for-profit organisation we rely on membership fees, workshop fees, shop sales and donations to maintain our premises Wallace House, 1 Wallace Drive, Noosaville 4566.
We have been steadily increasing our membership and offering our facilities for a wide range of arts and crafts. We continually need to complete important and costly maintenance to the inside of the facility to make sure that Wallace House is a safe and pleasant environment in which to be creative.
Recently we have renovated the kiln shed roof, fan system and kilns which cost in the region of $30,000. This also included adding a small verandah for the paper making shed.
We have a Wish List which is becoming more important as global warming takes hold of the earth. We would love to install low voltage lighting, reverse cycle air conditioning on the upper level and solar panels on the roof. This would make both summer and winter more bearable for members and visitors as well as reduce our carbon footprint. We have ample roof area and plenty of sun.
We would welcome donations from our members, friends and local community – all donations over $2.00 are tax-deductible as we are registered as a cultural organisation. We would be most grateful for your support in our projects. We have a dedicated account for donations which is closely monitored by the ATO and every cent of the donations is used for the maintenance of our Centre for Creativity – Wallace House.
There are many ways to donate:
- Cash by calling into the office.
- By Telephone 07 5474 1211 and pay by credit card or by calling into the office.
- By cheque – payable to NSACA Public Fund and posting it to P O Box 320, Tewantin 4565.
- Pay by direct deposit into our Public Fund: NSACA Public Fund BSB: 064 439 A/C No. 10295277
- Pay through PayPal on the button below.
NSACA Public Fund is a tax-deductible fund listed on the Australian Government’s register of Cultural Organisations maintained under Sub-division 30-B of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. This fund is monitored by Glacken Birch Accountants, Sandy Bolton MP and our book-keeper Jean Elson and reports sent to the ATO half-yearly.