Donations and Refunds
Last updated: 3 July 2023
KRFA is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not for Profits Commission.
All pricing and transactions on this website are stated in Australian Dollars (AUD) and are secured using 128 Bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption technology.
By completing a donation you certify that you accept the Terms & Conditions.
We only use your information to process your donations and communicate with you about our charitable objectives.
Donations by individuals can be made in the form of one-off donations, regular gifts or bequests. KRFA will determine where the funds are directed within its services. If a donation is designated to a specific project, KRFA will use reasonable endeavours to direct that donation to the designated project but is not obligated to comply with such requests. Donations of gifts in kind will also be directed as determined by KRFA.
KRFA can provide official receipts for approved donations of $2.00 or more. Donors providing single gifts receive a receipt for each donation and regular gifts receive an annual receipt, unless otherwise requested. KRFA accepts anonymous donations but is unable to issue a tax-deductible receipt to the donor in such circumstances.
This website is enabled for online donations using a secure donation server. However, despite the security on the website, you should be aware that there are
risks in transferring information across the Internet.
We record on our fundraising database the donor’s name, address, email, telephone, and amount donated. Our fundraising database is protected by secure user IDs and passwords, to help protect it from misuse, unauthorised access, modification or disclosure.
Donations we cannot accept
In line with the Fundraising Institute Australia code we will not accept a donation where:
- there is a reasonable belief that the donor is in vulnerable circumstances or lacks capacity to make a decision to donate; or
- accepting the donation would compromise the interests and objectives of our cause the cost of accepting the donation will be greater than the value of the donation; or
- there is reason to believe that accepting the donation may give rise to litigation KRFA cannot accept funds raised in a way that is contrary to our values or may be seen to compromise or contradict the work KRFA does.