How you can help SPELD (SA)
SPELD (SA) began as a voluntary body and grew thanks to the financial support generously provided by individuals, organizations, community groups and the South Australian Department of Education and Children’s Services. Today, as SPELD (SA)’s services increase and we extend our outreach, your support is more important than ever.
Ways to make donations
Your donation will enable SPELD (SA) to extend its services and to support more children and adults whose lives are affected by specific learning difficulties.
A donation to SPELD (SA) can be made by forwarding a cheque or credit card details to
SPELD (SA), P.O. Box 83, Glenside, 5065
or by phoning the
SPELD (SA) office
Mon- Thurs 9am - 4.30 pm
on 08 8431 1655
Leave a Bequest
When making or updating your will, make a bequest to SPELD (SA) that will guarantee improved outcomes for future generations of children and adults with specific learning difficulties
To be announced
Software and Equipment
Infrastructure, training equipment and software constantly need updating for SPELD (SA) to keep up with the 21st century and Assistive Technology advancements.
If you can help please contact
Sandy Russo 8431 1655
A donation to Speld(SA) can provide a living tribute to the memory of a loved one.
Establish a Charitable Trust
The many forms of giving
When you choose to support a charity like SPELD (SA), you have a number of options available to you to help make a difference. You can generously volunteer your time and skills, or donate money and physical goods in your lifetime, or through your Will.
However, if you are looking to donate a large sum of money, consider providing a lasting legacy to SPELD (SA), through a Charitable Trust.
Established within your Will, a Charitable Trust is a permanent source of funds available to SPELD (SA). Upon your death, the executor of your estate will set aside the amount of your initial donation (trust capital) and arrange registration of your Charitable Trust with the Australian Taxation Office. As this trust capital is preserved you can take comfort that SPELD (SA) will receive a continual income stream from that capital.
As your Charitable Trust will potentially go on forever, you may like to consider appointing a trustee company such as Australian Executor Trustees to administer and manage the Trust. Over time, your trust can grow to become a significant and lasting legacy.
This is intended to provide general information in summary form on the topic discussed and is current at the time of preparation (18/02/08). The contents do not constitute legal, tax or financial advice and should not be relied upon as such. Before acting on any information contained in this article you should consult an Authorised Representative of AET, AFSL Number 240023, or your financial adviser.