Australia Donations

How your donation can help

If you would like to contribute to the lives of poor slum dwellers in Delhi, then you can become a Friend of Asha. Australian Friends of Asha aids our activities through donations, fundraising events, volunteering opportunities and raising awareness of the work we do.

How your Donation can help

Protecting Health

A$32 – vaccinations against diphtheria, tetanus
and pertussis for five children

A$80 – basic health education for 1,000 people

A$135 – Vitamin A supplements to prevent night blindness for 60 children

A$210 – recovery treatment for 10 TB patients

Promoting Education

A$250 – one year of books for one child

A$395 – college preparation for 30 children

A$500 – one year of university tuition fees for one student

A$1000 – one year of university expenses for one student

Donatations

Australian Friends of Asha (ACN161 085 650) can collect funds for Asha from Australia.
Donations over AUD 2 are tax deductible.

Other Donation Options

Donate by bank deposit

To donate directly from your bank, please make your payment to the following account; be sure to include your name as a reference.
Account Name: Australian Friends of Asha for Slums Limited
Bank: Bendigo Bank
Account Number: 147 414 122
BSB No: 633 000

Donate by cheque

To donate by cheque, make your cheque payable to “Australian Friends of Asha for Slums Limited” and mail it to:
Mr Richard Leder,
National Co-ordinator,
Australian Friends of Asha, Australia India Institute,
The University of Melbourne,
147-149 Barry Street,
Carlton VIC, 3053, Australia.

Contact us

For more information, contact:
Mr Richard Leder, National Coordinator, Australian Friends of Asha for Slums Limited (AFOA)
Contact us | www.australianfriendsofashaslums.org.au

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Asha’s Mission is to work with the urban poor to bring about long-term and sustainable transformation to their quality of life.

Asha India - children on the slum streets