Every bit helps us to continue to work together to show that we, like the Samaritan, are ready to be the people who love our neighbours. You can donate by sending us a cheque, direct deposit or online. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
You can donate:
Online: Click here to donate online
By phone using a credit card – Please call Karen Calayag on Ph: 1300 JERICHO
By mail using cheque or credit card – Please download the donation form here.
By direct deposit to our bank account –
BSB – 032 000
Account – 003 988
Please include “JR Donation” in the description. If you would like a receipt please email Karen at email@example.com with the date of the donation, the amount and your details.
By leaving a legacy – Please download the legacy form here.
Through your workplace – Please talk to your pay office about workplace giving.
All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
Jericho Road 2018 Drought Appeal – Just include in the reference “Jericho Rd Drought” when you make your donation and we will make sure it goes to the right place.
“Where do the funds go?” and “Will they really help?” are commonly asked question when it comes to things like the 2018 Drought Appeal. So here are some answers…
All funds raised through Jericho Road for the drought – 100% – are distributed via local congregations in drought affected areas. The congregations can distribute them as they wish – so sometimes it is to a specific family for a specific purpose, other times they will purchase food or vouchers and distribute those more widely to those in need. The reason for this is that they know the real needs of the people in their area, and they can deliver the assistance in person. This in turn allows for the assistance to be provided thoughtfully and as an act of God’s people in that town, showing the love of Jesus.
For example, in one town the local congregation have arranged (among other things) to provide vehicle servicing for farm vehicles. This is often left undone during drought due to the cost, which then results in breakdowns and further unexpected costs in the long run. It also means local service station businesses are not getting income, which affects their families as well. So by providing funds to do this it helps the farmers and the local businesses. Another congregation is purchasing fresh water for distribution and still another feed for stock.
There is no “target” for fundraising – we just distribute whatever we get.
The ATO advises that if you use the web or phone to make a donation over $2, your web receipt or credit card statement is sufficient. If you contributed through ‘workplace-giving’ your payment summary shows the amount you donated. However, if you would like a receipt from us and you do not automatically receive one please email Karen Calayag on firstname.lastname@example.org or call on Ph: 1300 JERICHO and we would be very happy to provide one.