Do you live in Melbourne? Would you like to support your community, experience something different, learn interesting things and become part of a network of equally involved peers? We’d love you to join our giving circle.
A donation of $1000 or more gives you a vote for one of our final four grant applicants, who have been through a rigorous screening process, and who are vying to receive our high impact grant. Members cast their votes in November each year. If you can’t afford $1000, you can band with friends or colleagues to establish a voting syndicate. Or you can use our Regular Giving program to make periodic payments (see below).
See our frequently asked questions to learn more about how it all works.
Please note that when you donate, the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation will share your contact details with Impact100 Melbourne’s committee so that we may thank you and invite you to events. We will not sell your contact details, pass them on or use them in any way unrelated to Impact100 Melbourne.
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Regular Giving is now available – Set up milestone payments!
Sometimes, it’s easier to make a commitment when you break your payments down into two $500 payments, or even four $250 payments. Impact100 Melbourne now has a regular giving option through Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation. Click here to download the Memberships Milestone payments Regular giving form. Once completed, scan and email it through to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you a Private Ancillary Fund?
While PAFs cannot donate directly to Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation, you can now become Members and support Impact100 Melbourne and our wonderful grant recipients by filling out our Pledge form and pledging to donate to our chosen charity.
Understanding the issues
Impact100Melbourne is not only about responding to community needs, it is also about educational opportunities for our members. During the year we run several events around the theme of our grant, challenges and successes, and helping us to understand the issues and how funding may bring about significant change.