There are a number of ways in which our friends and supporters can help to raise funds for The Robin Boyd Foundation.
The Robin Boyd Foundation is a Deductible Gift Recipient
and donations over $2.00 are tax deductible.
MAKING A DONATION
We will direct donations towards one of our key areas such as educational activities, publishing or the ongoing upkeep of Walsh Street.
If you would like to discuss a particular area of the Foundation you would like to donate towards, please get in touch to discuss.
SPONSORING AN EVENT
Events sponsorship packs are available to give an idea of some areas we are currently seeking funding for and may be an area of particular interest to yourself or your organisation. Please contact us find out more.
HOSTING AN EVENT
If you or your group have a proposal for a fundraising event, please complete the application here. Only applications which align with the ethos and spirit of The Robin Boyd Foundation, can be considered for Walsh Street.
Some ways in which our supporters assist us are listed below as examples.
Fundraising for the Robin Boyd Foundation helps us to promote good design and improve the world we live in.
Our donators and supporters are those who believe in the power of design, and who value the Foundation’s contribution to the promotion of good design throughout our community. As an independent, not-for-profit organisation we work with the peak professional bodies, government departments, the universities, the general community, and individuals such as yourself to encourage a wider appreciation of the role good design has in improving our cities, streets, houses and the world in general.
Thank you for your generous support. We look forward to welcoming you to The Robin Boyd Foundation Family.
“Please join me in celebrating and encouraging good design throughout the community. Your gift will acknowledge the incredible contribution my dear friend Robin Boyd made during his lifetime and help the Robin Boyd Foundation to continue Robin’s work through an active, innovative and ongoing series of public learning programs developed to increase individual and community awareness of the benefits of good design”.