Water Stewardship Foundation
WSA currently needs your help to build essential infrastructure and capacity for implementation of water stewardship in our region. With your help we can make a substantial difference to securing the future of water for Australian businesses, people and the environment.
We ask you to consider making a one-off, tax-deductible donation to Water Stewardship Australia or preferably, a commitment to a regular monthly contribution. Will you consider donating $25, $50 or $100 per month to secure the future of water in Australia? All donations are tax deductible and you will be provided with a receipt to that effect. You can make your donation directly to our deductible gift account via PayPal, electronic funds transfer, or by mailing a cheque, with the relevant details below.
If you are interested in funding a project in your catchment, please contact Michael Spencer directly.
Thank you in advance for making an important contribution to our work.
BSB No. 633-000
Account No. 144695459
Payee: Water Stewardship Australia Limited Public Fund
Reference: Your Full Name
Water Stewardship Australia
PO Box 184
East Melbourne, VIC 8002
If you complete a bank transfer please send us a message with your contact details using the form below so we can send you a receipt.
Terms and Conditions
Water Stewardship Australia Limited is a Public Company, Limited by Guarantee, constituted as a membership based not-for-profit. WSA has tax-deductibility gift status as a registered environmental organisation. Donations $2 and over are tax-deductible. Donations are non-refundable. Receipts will be sent within a few weeks.
WSA obtains funding from:
- membership fees
- licence fees for accredited auditors, consultants, and trainers
- Government and philanthropic grants
WSA invests funds towards:
- promoting the water stewardship
- building stakeholder engagement processes
- establishing and operating the water stewardship system for local conditions
- facilitating demonstration projects
- representing Australian and Asian-Pacific stakeholders in the international Alliance for Water Stewardship