Your generosity helps us plan for the future.

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August 28, 2020

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It’s thanks to our generous supporters that we can plan our programs and embrace the future.

If you give regularly, thank you for sustaining our services. Because of you, people who reach out to us for support can trust that we will be here when they need us most.

Meet the Wallaces

Howard and Bronwyn Wallace (pictured right) have been giving to Uniting since 1988 and became regular supporters in 2018.

A retired professor with the Uniting Church’s Centre for Theology and Ministry, Rev Wallace says careful consideration went into the decision.

“We receive a lot of requests from charitable organisations doing good work, deciding whom to support can be overwhelming.”

“We wanted to consolidate our giving with an organisation that has similar values to us and with whom we feel confident.

“Uniting does wonderful work in helping people when they need it most. We want to make sure that work is being supported in the long-term.”

The Wallaces found that their choice to have a regular contribution automatically deducted each month has made life that bit simpler.

“It’s the easiest way to go about donating,” said Rev Wallace. “It means our charitable giving isn’t reliant on sorting through the many requests we receive.”

Give regularly. Change lives.

A regular monthly donation is simple to set up and can be paused any time.

You’ll receive one consolidated tax-deductible receipt at the end of the financial year, minimising paper and postage.

For more information about becoming a regular supporter, get in touch with our team via email or call 1800 668 426.

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