Donate Today to Help Save A Child’s Life
Your donation helps ROMAC’s mission to restore dignity and save the lives of children in our region. This benefits not only the lives of the children, but has a positive impact on their community as well.
All donations over $2 to ROMAC in Australia are tax deductible. Charitable donations over $5 in New Zealand may be eligible. If you are a USA tax payer, your ROMAC donation is not a 501(c) (3) Tax Deductible Contribution.
This humanitarian program is run entirely by Rotarian volunteers; surgeons donate their expertise, hospitals often reduce costs and there are minimal overheads no office, no paid staff etc – giving great value for every dollar you donate.
Even better, your donation is spent in our countries (Australia and New Zealand) supporting our local communities near the hospitals where the children are treated. ROMAC, the children and their families are most appreciative of all bequests and donations.
Cancelling your monthly pledge
If you have pledged a monthly donation and wish to cancel it, please provide your plan id. This is a unique alpha numeric code that appears on your transaction receipts. If you are having issues, please contact the ROMAC treasurer.
A guide of frequently asked questions (FAQs) you may have when donating to ROMAC.
There are different ways to donate to ROMAC in Australia and in New Zealand:
FOR DONATIONS IN AUSTRALIA:
– Use our Secure Donation Form online
– Use electronic funds transfer, EFT (details below)
– Send a cheque by mail (details below)
Electronic Transfer (EFT)
Make a one-off or regular payment via your online banking system using the relevant account details below. Then contact us to let us know your contact details, amount and time you sent the donation to receive a tax receipt.
Acc Name: ROMAC
BSB Number: 633 000
Acc Number: 154 008 676
Reference: Enter your name
Donate by Mail (Cheque)
To donate by cheque, mail it to the following address: ROMAC Treasurer Australia, PO Box 7044, Norwest NSW 2153 Australia.
FOR DONATIONS FROM NEW ZEALAND:
INDIVIDUAL AND INDIVIDUAL ROTARIAN DONATIONS FROM NEW ZEALAND:
Direct Credit into the following Westpac bank account:
Acct No: 03 1702 0192208 01 with the following Reference details:
1st Reference field – Donor’s name (e.g. “M A BLOGGS”)
2nd reference field – “405 – ROMAC” – must be quoted to identify ROMAC as the beneficiary
3rd reference field – Donor’s telephone number (e.g. “021 654 3210”)
FOR ROTARY CLUB DONATIONS FROM NEW ZEALAND:
Direct Credit into the following Kiwibank bank account:
Acct No: 38 9011 0011 312 00 with the following Reference details:
1st Reference field – Club Name (e.g. “RC Ham East”)
2nd Reference field – District (e.g. D9930”)
3rd Reference field – Donor’s telephone number (e.g. “021 654 3210”)
FOR ALL DONATIONS BY CHEQUE FROM NEW ZEALAND:
Mail cheques to ROMAC NZ, PO Box 5179, Wellesley Street, Auckland 1141. Please write your name, address and telephone number on the back of the cheque.
If you are an Australian tax payer, donate online and provide your email address, you will receive a tax receipt by email.
If you donate by mail, include your name and contact address in your communication and we will send you a tax receipt.
If you donate by electronic funds transfer, be sure to include your name as the reference on the funds transfer, then request a tax receipt by contacting the ROMAC treasurer.
If you are a New Zealand tax payer, please send a tax receipt request to the ROMAC New Zealand treasurer.
Gifts and In-Kind Donations
Bringing patients into Australia and then accommodating them is an expensive activity. There are airfares for a patient and their carer, accommodation, local travel expenses, often clothing requirements because of the different climate from their origin, food and toiletries, pharmaceutical needs and a host of other expenses.
Donations in kind and gifts are a wonderful way to support the ROMAC program. Contact your local Regional Chair if you can provide support.
Make a Bequest
Including a gift to ROMAC in your Will is a lasting and meaningful way of helping to change and often save the lives of underprivileged and deserving children through the ROMAC program.