FAQ’s


Giving: All you need to know about your donation.

 

To donate…

 

Online: Donating online is the easiest option. You can donate using any major credit card (except American Express). All international donations made on the Eightytwenty Vision website will be converted to AUD$. Take care when filling out billing information. There are different options for giving online – see them here

 

Direct Deposit:

 

Please contact us at info@eightytwentyvision.org to make a direct deposit.

 

 

To donate by cheque:

 

Post your cheque to;

Eightytwenty Vision
PO Box 1220 Fremantle WA 6160

For tax purposes please also include your name, address, phone number and email.

 

International donations:

 

Only donations from within Australia are tax-deductible.

At this time, we can only accept cheques that have been provided by an international bank and in AUD$ currency.  Please use the address provided below.

For international money orders, please ensure it is prepared in AUS currency before sending to:

Eightytwenty Vision
PO Box 1220 Fremantle WA 6160

Money orders should be made payable to Eightytwenty Vision.

 

Tax-deductibility:

 

The Trustee for Eightytwenty Vision Overseas Aid Fund is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient under sub division 30-BA, item 2 of the table section 30-15 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. ABN: 28 194 064 157

 

Tax receipts:

 

Receipts for online donations will be emailed to you.  If you don’t receive your receipt please check your junk mail folder and if you still haven’t received it within 8 hours, please let us know and we’ll gladly issue you another one.

 

Offline donors will receive a formal tax receipt via email within four weeks. Again, if you don’t get your receipt within that time, just let us know and we’ll resend it.

 

On the Ground:

 

 

 

Who does Eightytwenty Vision work with?

 

Eightytwenty Vision works with an implementing partner called HEFO
(Health, Food, Education Organisation). HEFO is a Zimbabwean based
Charity Organisation facilitating change through community
development work in Nkayi, Zimbabwe. The HEFO staff are local people
many of which work and live in Nkayi. Meet the HEFO team

 

Why should I donate to or fundraise for Eightytwenty Vision?

 

Donating or fundraising for Eightytwenty Vision is a commitment to lasting change. Community development work assists people facing the challenges poverty brings, and rather than decide what is best for the community; chooses to listen and work in partnership with the community. This can take longer than simply building a school or sinking a well but does ensure community participation, ownership and empowerment through training. In turn this ensures a more stable and self-sufficent community.

 

What does my donation do?

 

Your donation supports the community development work in Nakyi. Where a focus on food security, water security, health, maternal health and education is seeing change to the community. Find out more