To Apply for Funding

Eligibility

The McCusker Charitable Foundation will only consider applications from the following organisations and individuals:

  • Organisations meeting the Foundation’s key objectives.
  • Organisations having income tax charity endorsement from the Australian Taxation Office.
  • Organisations with Deductible Gift Recipient status.

All decisions are made at the complete discretion of the Trustees. Reasons for rejection of proposals will not necessarily be given.

Key Objectives

The McCusker Charitable Foundation will consider applications for assistance for projects related to:

  • Medical research and advancement of medical science.
  • Care, welfare and education of young people.
  • Promotion of high achievement and excellence.
  • Support for the aged and infirm.
  • Arts and environment.
  • The Trustees are committed to encouraging greater philanthropy, volunteering and giving throughout Australia at all levels.

Geography

The McCusker Charitable Foundation will accept applications from all states and territories of Australia for projects conducted within Australia. However, priority will be given to applications for the support of projects conducted by qualified organisations within Western Australia for the benefit of Western Australians.

Timing

The McCusker Charitable Foundation is currently working with a large number of institutions and organisations, and will not be accepting, any new applications for funding.

How to Apply for Funding

The McCusker Charitable Foundation is currently working with a large number of institutions and organisations, and will not be accepting, any new applications for funding.

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Some of the beneficiaries include: UWA, Curtin University, ECU, Murdoch University, Aurora Education Fdn, Asbestos Diseases Society Aust, Impact 100, FTI, McCusker Alzheimer?s Research Fdn, WAYJO, Black Swan State Theatre Co, National Stroke Fdn, AYO, WA Museum, Lifeline, Arthritis Fdn, WA Neuroscience Research Institute, Australian Olympic Committee Team Fund, SJOG Fdn, Ear Science Institute, McCusker Centre for Action on Alcohol and Youth, Australian Wildlife Conservancy, Amana Living and Princess Margaret Hospital Chair in Respiratory Health.