EOFY Donations - Chinese Museum
We need your support to deliver our core objectives:
- Rich exhibition content
- Powerful cultural presentation
- Establishing a contemporary arts space in the city
We have a range of projects and ways that you can help the museum. All donations are provided with a DGR receipt which means you can offset against your tax this year.

We need your support to deliver the Chinese Australian Story.

Peter Selinger
CEO

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1) Please complete the section below
2) Call us on 03 9662 2888
3) Send a cheque to us, together with this form, to:
CEO Chinese Museum
22 Cohen Place
Melbourne 3000
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Donations
There is a range of options below, or feel free to make a general donation
All donations are provided with a tax deductible DGR receipt
General donation
Chinese Museum Foundation
Bringing Meaning : Zhou Xiaoping
Mabel Wang Memorial Fund : teaching about Dragons
Interior Journeys : Traditional Chinese Paintings
Travelling ANZAC's exhibition
Han Dynasty Extension
Mooncake Tin installation
Subsidise school visits
Be a patron of the arts
Support the museum library
Collection & conservation
Limited Edition Dai Loong Scales - a piece of history (not subject to a DGR receipt)
Would you like to be a friend of the museum, a Pengyou?
Simply complete and return the form on this link to us please
http://chinesemuseum.com.au/wp-content/uploads/Pengyou-and-Membership-application-form.pdf
Thank-you for supporting the Chinese Museum
With each donation received we will send you a complimentary ticket for two so that you can experience the museum for yourself and see all of the great work that we are doing with your, and others, support
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