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Become a donor

Your generous donation to COTA NT will stay in the Northern Territory and help support seniors. We will use your donation to continue to ensure that seniors can connect with COTA and each other, enjoy conversations, participate in community life and know that Territorians care about them.

Your donation may help to fund postage costs for information sent to non-digitally literate seniors, pay for morning tea or help set audio-visual ‘community broadcast hubs’. No donation is small or to big to give. It’s easy to make a donation and there are a few ways to do it.

Make a one-off donation online

It’s easy, fast and secure.

  • You can make a payment online via our secure page for credit card payments.
  • Payments are made to COTA NT Incorporated
  • On receipt of payment, you will be sent a receipt to your email address
  • A transaction fee of 1.75% of the total payment plus $0.30 is payable for credit/debit card payments.

Make a regular donation

Regular donors provide a valuable and dependable source of funding that helps us support seniors in our Territory community.  It’s fast, easy and secure to arrange a regular donation—not matter how big or small. You can set it up as a direct debit or as a regular payment from your salary. Please contact us to set these payments up.

Leave a gift in your will

Many people who have been helped and supported by COTA choose to leave a bequest for COTA NT in their will. We are very grateful for these gifts and for the recognition of our work. If you decide to leave a gift to COTA NT in your will, please let us know so we can thank you.

In-memory gifts

‘In-memory gifts’ are often made in place of flowers at a funeral. Others choose to make a gift to remember someone on an anniversary. If you’d like to give family and friends this option, please let us know.

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