Posted 4 months ago by Nicole Clarke
By donating you become part of our Friends of The Literature Centre group. Be part of something creative and unique in Australia.
For nearly 30 years, our Centre has provided quality student workshops and writing programmes, inspired teachers through professional learning, and supported Australia’s talented authors and illustrators of literature for children and young adults. We are a not-for-profit organisation, working with thousands of students in Perth and regional WA each week. Literature for young people is worthy of investment and there are many ways you can support our work – celebrating, promoting and nurturing Australian Children’s Literature.
We gratefully accept donations to help us fund the important work we do in Arts Education, particularly during this challenging funding period in our State. All donations over $2 are fully tax deductible and we are endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient and Tax Concession Charity.
Please see our Friends of The Literature Centre brochure and registration form (attached below) with payment options or simply email your intention to donate to - email@example.com
DIRECT DEBIT – Transfer donation from your bank to BSB: 036-306. Account Number: 105379. Reference: please state ‘Donor’ followed by “Your Name”.
CREDIT CARD – We are listed on secure website GIVE NOW. For easy credit card payments follow this link here
BY MAIL – Make your cheque payable to ‘The Literature Centre Inc’ and post to PO Box 109, Fremantle, WA 6959.
Forwarding our form will assist us, or you can email your full details as mentioned: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a business looking for a Sponsor Partner? To discuss sponsorship opportunities with us, please contact Nicole Clarke, Marketing & Sponsorship Manager, Ph: 08 9430 6869 or email direct email@example.com
PHOTO: We acknowledge and thank long term donors, The Rowley Foundation, for supporting our writing programme since 2012. Graeme and Lorraine Rowley are pictured with TLC staff member and former writing programme student, Alyssa Shapland (right).