The HEA Public Fund
HEA Public Fund
100% funds raised will go to families.
HEA will ensure through our Charitable DGR status that all money raised through the HEA Public Fund will go to homeschooling families in need.
Payment is through PayPal button but it will provide an option to use credit card.
Alternatively, you can direct deposit straight into the ANZ Bank account:
HEA Public Fund
Tax deductible receipts.
The HEA has been endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) as a deductible gift recipient (DGR) so we are able to accept tax deductible gifts and contributions. If you donate to a DGR then you may be able to claim a tax deduction for any donations you make of $2 or more.
Donations of $2 or more are Tax Deductible
The HEA can send you a tax receipt - just email email@example.com
This means that the HEA has a separate bank account/fund to receive donations from the public (The HEA Public Fund) for the specific purpose of providing assistance to HEA member families who are in necessitous circumstances.
March-May 2022 Flood Relief Eastern Australia Floods
The HEA is aware of homeschooling families who have lost a lot in the floods: damaged homes and books, games and other educational materials ruined.
Many families will need to start again with their children's learning supplies.
What are we doing about it?
We intend to start out by giving an initial grant of $200 to homeschooling families who are in necessitous circumstances and have been impacted by the recent floods. The money is to help these families replace lost and damaged educational supplies. Depending on how much is raised and how many families are in immediate need, any additional funds will be used to provide additional support to those in greatest need or carried over in the public fund for future use.
During the 2019-2020 Bushfires, the HEA's Public Fund received nearly $6000 to help replace study supplies, plus huge generous donations of textbooks, picture books, whitegoods, bikes, beds, clothing and more. HEA Volunteers ensured the goods and money were distributed to homeschooling families who lost homes and educational materials in the fires.