Make a donation

Carers NSW is dedicated to improving the lives of over 850,000 carers living in NSW.

Thank you for choosing to support Carers NSW, your donation will help us to;

  • Provide referrals and counselling to carers across NSW
  • Raise awareness of carers and advocate for carers rights
  • Connect carers to each other and to support services and programs

Donating is easy and all donations of $2.00 and over are tax deductable.

Make a one off donation

There are a number of ways you can make a one off donation and, with your permission, your contribution will be acknowledged in Carers News;

Make a regular donation

Regular donors provide a dependable source of funding which enables us to raise awareness of carers and provide support to those who need it the most.

You can sign up to make a regular donation through everydayhero

Leave a gift in your will

Your will is the only way you can be confident that your affairs will be settled according to you wishes. It can also be a way of expressing love for your family, close friends or organisations with whom you have a strong affinity or commitment.

A will is only effective if it has been properly prepared and executed and we strongly recommend that you consult a qualified legal advisor when making your will.

We are grateful for all bequests and if you do decide to leave a gift to Carers NSW, please let us know so we can thank you personally and keep you up to date with the work that we do.

In memory gifts

Some people give In memory gifts in place of flowers at a funeral, others choose to make a gift to remember someone on an anniversary.

Carers NSW can provide envelopes to enable mourners at the funeral service to make a donation and we send a card to the bereaved family acknowledging the gifts we receive. We also send an individual tax receipt to each person who makes a donation, thanking them for their contribution.

To make your gift, contact Carers NSW on 02 9280 4744 or You can also make a donation online.



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Carers NSW acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land, Elders past and present and all Aboriginal people.