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AFCM Future Fund

AFCM Future Fund

The AFCM Future Fund was established in 2013 to ensure the Festival and the contribution it makes to chamber music in Australia continues into the future.
The AFCM Future Fund is a financial reserve that is separate from AFCM operating funds, created to support ‘grand vision’ projects - such as a new performance space, new performance infrastructure or an unparalleled artistic initiative - or to assist in times of extreme financial hardship, supported by a Board-approved business plan and in accordance with the objects of the company. Donations may be directed specifically to the AFCM Future Fund. The Fund is also the repository for all AFCM bequests of $10,000 and above not designated by the donor for a specific purpose.

Contributions to the Future Fund are received into the AFCM Donations Fund bank account in order to provide tax-deductibility for donations. Investment of monies in the Future Fund is made in accordance with guidelines for public funds laid down by the Australian Taxation Office and Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission Governance Standards. AFCM invests funds in appropriate securities  to help achieve these targets, utilising independent financial advice.

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The Future Fund has reached $324,766 or 32% of our target. No funds have been drawn from the AFCM Future Fund to date. Like all arts organisations AFCM faced very challenging times in 2020. Building our Future Fund is one of the ways we can face such challenges with confidence and creativity, and continue to celebrate great music, artists and friends at AFCM each year.

The Australian Festival of Chamber Music North Queensland Limited is a registered charity (with Deductible Gift Recipient Status). All donations over $2 are tax deductible. A donation receipt will be issued.

If you would like more information about donating to our the AFCM Future please contact:

Sue Hackett   Philanthropy Manager
sue.hackett@afcm.com.au
T 07 4771 4144
PO Box 5871, Townsville QLD 4810