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Charity tax deduction 

By donating $2 or more to Save the Children, you can make a charity tax deduction claim while also supporting children and families in need around the world. Find out more today.

Tax deductible donations

Charity tax deductions are applicable to all donations to Save the Children of $2 or more. As one of many tax deductible charities in Australia we do everything we can to give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. 

Your charity donation tax deduction can help change a life forever, ensuring that we can positively impact children in need – now and in the future. If you donate now to where it's needed most, your charitable donations tax deduction can support children and families in Australia and around the world.

Donate & claim today

Charity donations reduce tax (if they’re of $2 or more) but they also change lives. A single donation of $80 could help treat 29 children suffering from pneumonia with antibiotics. One of the best things you can do is to support tax deductible charities in Australia. Your charity donation tax deduction ensures we can positively impact children in need both now and in the future. Donate today.

You can help save the life of a hungry child

The ongoing drought in places like Kenya has led to food shortages. The remote location of villages means families have to make a long journey on foot to reach the nearest health facility.
But the pain of hunger can be stopped. Your charity tax donation can help train community health volunteers to bring health care to the remote villages. With simple tools like a MUAC band and therapeutic peanut paste, a malnourished child can be quickly diagnosed and treated.

Thankfully, community health volunteer Mark was on the ground to give Lawrence the urgent medical treatment he needed to survive and recover. But there are still many more hungry children like him waiting for life-saving help.

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