There are many ways you can fundraise to help us reach a million women to act on climate change.Read more here
WE ARE A MOVEMENT OF WOMEN & GIRLS FIGHTING CLIMATE CHANGE BY TAKING PRACTICAL ACTION IN OUR EVERYDAY LIVES.
Your donation, small or large, makes a real difference and helps us build our movement and reach more and more women and girls.
By donating, you are helping us mobilise the power of women to transform society. You are helping us create a movement that inspires each and every one of us to take action to stop dangerous climate change.
There are many ways you can donate to us so you can choose your preferred option below. 1 Million Women is a registered environmental charity and all donations over $2 are tax-deductible will receive a receipt.
1) Do a one-off donation online via debit/credit card
You can donate on our Donations page below with a debit or credit card. All it takes is 2 minutes, and all your information is safe and secure.
2) Set-up a recurring donation
You can create a monthly donation on our Donations page below. If you don't have a PayPal account, no problems, the process will help you create an account, it's free and all your information is safe and secure.
3) Donate by bank transfer
If you would prefer to donate via bank transfer, our bank details are below:
- Account name: Australian Climate Coolers Fund
- BSB: 032-044
- Account number: 262121
- Swift code: WPACAU2S (for overseas donations)
Make sure to let us know via email if you donate by bank transfer, and to include your name in the transfer description, so that we can email you a receipt.
4) Donate by cheque
If you would prefer to donate with a cheque, please address it to Australian Climate Coolers (1 Million Women) and post it to:
Operations Manager, 1 Million Women
15/179 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Please include a note with your name, email and/or postal address if you'd like us to send you a tax-deductible receipt.
Please note that we can only accept cheques made in Australian Dollars, and that Australia Post advises not to send cash (notes and coins) in the mail.