Support Ausdance National with a tax-deductible donation

The Australian Dance Council—Ausdance has for over forty years led, inspired, supported and informed the Australian dance community.

Now we need your support to continue this work. All donations to Ausdance National above $2 are tax deductible.

We humbly ask that you get behind us as we continue to punch above our weight in all that Ausdance National does to best represent and support the Australian dance sector. 

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Donations will help to maintain our core operations and enable us to continue our work. Ausdance has a unique place in the Australian dance ecology. We are a leader in dance advocacy, and bring new resources and funding to the profession through partnerships and collaborations. 

Your financial contribution will directly support information, project support and advice to the Australian dance sector, National Council and the Ausdance network across multiple issues. Your financial support will directly support Ausdance National to build on the significant momentum of the past two years since the current skills-based board was appointed in March 2017.  Our Executive Director currently provides project support and advice to the Australian dance sector and the Ausdance network across a multitude of issues. With your support, we hope to continue the time of our dedicated one-staff member ‘team’, so that our members can continue to receive the benefit of these services.

You can donate easily via our GiveNow Building Momentum Campaign, PayPal or EFT (details below) 


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If you make a donation by direct deposit, please email Ausdance National to make sure you receive your tax receipt. 

Donations of $2.00 or more are tax-deductible.

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