Dedicated bequests How to support the Foundation

Social Justice 2008

Special project opportunities are available through a bequest or similar contribution.
The Foundation manages and delivers especially endorsed projects by negotiation where a bequest or endowment is made with specific intent.

Making a Bequest
You do not have to be wealthy to make a bequest. A small contribution can make a big difference. A bequest is an instruction you make in your will to gift to a charity or cause. It may be in the form of money, property, shares and debentures, works of art, or other valuables.

The Foundation supports research, development and mentoring in the areas of arts, environment and social justice. Bequests can nominate an area of choice and may form the basis of a scholarship, award, project or residency. A bequest to the Foundation provides unique opportunities for individuals to excel in their chosen field and contribute to building sustainable, healthy and creative communities in Tasmania.

Examples of current special projects:
Don Martin $10,000 Sustainable Viticulture Fellowship
. In recognition of influential Tasmanian viticulturist, Doctor Don Martin and his generous bequest to the Foundation in 2007
Alcorso Foundation $12,000 Italian Arts Residency
. Recognising its historical connection to Italy through Claudio Alcorso the Foundation administers an annual self-directed residency to Italy.