Your support is valued

Where your funds are directed

Donations are tax-deductible and go directly to fund grants and programs. Each year we receive many more grant applications from across rural communities than we can ever fund. We greatly appreciate your donations to help small rural communities. Your funds help to build local capacity when struggling with drought, or the ongoing challenges of isolation, and lack of services.  

Donations can be made via direct bank transfer, credit card or bequest. Please follow the instructions below.

To make a direct transfer to our bank account (online or in branch) please use the following banking details:

BSB: 063 146

Account number: 1047 8142

Account name: Highways and Byways Ltd


Please include your name as the transaction reference.

Once you have finalised your transfer, please complete the following details so that we can send you a Tax Receipt Statement at the end of the financial year.

Please note that for all donations, we have opted to issue Tax Receipt Statements once per year, at the end of each financial year as this is a more eco-efficient and consolidated method, that outlines all of your tax receipts for the financial year. It should also make tax planning easier.


To donate using debit or credit card please complete the following details:

Have you considered a bequest to Highways and Byways Ltd?

A gift in your Will is a simple way in which you can support the legacy of the Missionary Sisters of Service through the work of Highways and Byways. It is a way of increasing the resources of Highways and Byways by passing assets to it when you no longer need them.

Examples of ways in which you can make a bequest include:
  • specifying an amount of money to pass on to Highways and Byways; or 
  • specifying a percentage of your assets to pass on to Highways and Byways.
You can consult with your solicitor when preparing your Will, or Highways and Byways is happy to assist you if required. Please contact our office if you need advice or are considering a bequest.


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