Tactile Arts Fundraising Campaign
Support our fundraising campaign and help us raise $10K to strengthen the organisation by supporting our administration and the range of member services our team delivers.
This year will see a number of long-awaited improvements at Tactile Arts, including facility upgrades and new equipment. Let’s reach all our goals this year by giving much valued and tangible support to the staff who work hard behind the scenes to support our wonderful creative community as a whole and one-on-one.
With the end of the financial year just around the corner, now is a great time to make a special tax-deductible donation to Tactile Arts.
Member support, fundraising income and donations are important sources of revenue for us. By donating to Tactile Arts this month, you’ll be supporting the additional resourcing required to undertake the important work that happens in the background that is essential to delivering the range and quality of services that our members expect. Our current goals are to revise our internal policies and procedures, improve our information management systems and simplify our interfaces, such as our membership and booking systems, with facility and equipment users.
Tactile Arts provides tax deductible receipts for financial donations and is registered with the Australian Tax Office (ATO) as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR). If you make a donation in June, it won’t be long before you can claim your tax back in July!
Donations can be made by the following methods:
Follow the link to our Give Now page, visit the Tactile Arts office, open Tues to Fri, 10am to 4pm, or contact the Tactile Arts team on 08 8981 6616.
By visiting the Tactile Arts Office, open Tues to Fri, 10am to 4pm.
Made payable to Crafts Council of the Northern Territory and posted to GPO Box 1479, Darwin, NT 0801.
Name: Crafts Council of the Northern Territory
BSB: 633 000
ACC: 151 616 083
Crafts Council of the Northern Territory t/as Tactile Arts ABN: 76 196 329 327
Image clockwise from left: Tactile Arts members' exhibition 'Marine', Anne McMaster, Tactile Arts workshops, Marianne Eichenberg, Ingrid Gersmanis, Tactile Arts Craft Fairs, Meng Hoeschle.