Donate to AIFA research grants before 30 June 2019 to obtain your end of year tax deduction
On behalf of the AIFA and ASCIA team, I am excited to advise that we received a total of 27 expressions of interest for AIFA research grants in 2019. These include a range of outstanding projects that have the potential to make real progress in the field of allergy and other immune system disorders. The AIFA grant selection expert panel (chaired by Dr Melanie Wong), will work over the next few months to select the final grant recipients. Due to our generous supporters over the past two years, five AIFA research grants will be announced at the ASCIA 2019 Conference closing function on Friday 6th September 2019.
Can you make a tax deductible donation to help AIFA fund more of these potentially ground-breaking projects?
There is an abundance of world leading research being undertaken in Australia and New Zealand and it is our ultimate goal to be fund more of these valuable research projects. To help us do this, please consider donating during this tax time to help fund even more research, to create a lasting impact. Donations of $100 or more are acknowledged on the AIFA website, and this is updated every time you make a donation. Named grants of $10,000 or more are also possible.
AIFA is 100% dedicated to fund research that will improve the health and wellbeing of people with allergy and other immune system disorders. By donating to AIFA, you can be reassured that:
100% of donations to AIFA directly fund allergy/immunology research grants.
100% of AIFA grants are selected by allergy/immunology experts.
100% of donations to AIFA are tax deductible.
Thank you for your ongoing support of AIFA, which is greatly appreciated.
Kind regards, Jill Smith ASCIA CEO
Allergy and Immunology Foundation of Australasia (AIFA) email@example.com Suite 29, 117 Old Pittwater Road, Brookvale NSW 2100 PO Box 450 Balgowlah NSW 2093 Australia Registered as a charity ABN: 45 615 521 452 All donations are tax deductible
AIFA aims to improve the health and wellbeing of people with allergy and other immune system disorders by funding medical research