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Voices of Veterans is in partnership with Australian National Veterans Art Museum (ANVAM) to accept donations, administer and disperse funds raised and directed toward the Voices of Veterans Fund. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
Please include ‘VoV Donation’ and your name in the payment description, then complete the steps to request a tax-deductible receipt. We're grateful for any donation, big or small.
Giving in this way to Voices of Veterans will allow the Voices of Veterans Fund to be built. The fund will give individual veterans and veteran community groups the opportunity to apply for a portion of the fund as a grant, through a formal grant application process in 2023, managed by ANVAM with Mike Armstrong.
The process will encourage veterans to create art based veteran led programs in communities around Australia. The fund will be promoted as an opportunity for veterans to apply for through project channels and supporter platforms.
The collective effort by generous donors and passionate philanthropists will enable a sustainability model for Voices of Veterans. It will allow Voices of Veterans to conduct arts based workshops, build communities of like minded individuals and support the continuation of those communities into the future.
A limited amount of Voices of Veterans artworks from the art exhibitions will be for sale and all profits will contribute to the Voices of Veterans Fund. More details will be available about these rare opportunities soon. Please contact us if you're interested in a particular work.
A printed catalogue will be available at Voices of Veterans art exhibitions and may be purchased by donation to the Voices of Veterans Fund. The catalogue contains images of the works, personal anecdotes and brief excerpts from veterans, and information about help available to veterans about getting support with healing.
All Voices of Veterans donors will be acknowledged as supporters of Australian veteran health.
People who donate $50,000 or more will be acknowledged online and prominently recognised as official ambassadors of veteran health through their support of Voices of Veterans. Mike Armstrong will personally work with official ambassadors - individuals or companies, to identify and understand donor intent and opportunities to direct veteran health work in Australian veteran communities.
Voices of Veterans donors will support veteran health and directly fund veteran led grass roots arts programs in Australian veteran communities
Graeme and Ann Shaw