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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 an event morning tea
  • help set audio-visual ‘community broadcast hubs’
  • or help pay for production and distribution costs for Seniors Voice.

No donation is too small or too big to give. We are grateful for every dollar.

We brought pets to the people!

DGR and Charitable Status

COTA NT is an incorporated Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) with Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status (as Council on the Ageing (Northern Territory) Inc.)

COTA NT is registered with the Australian Charities & Nonprofits Commission CAN 86316991800

ABN 86 316 991 800

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You can make a donation online using our secure payment page (credit cards only).
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.

If you wish to make a regular contribution through direct debit or as a regular payment deducted from your salary, please contact us.

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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