The Foundation for Surgery is striving for a world where all
children, families and communities can access quality surgical
care. To do this, we need your support to achieve our goals and
fulfill our vision.
Be part of the end of financial year Pledge-a-Procedure
Campaign! Surgeons are encouraged to make a tax-deductible donation
of the proceeds from just one performance of your most common major
operation. We also welcome other donors to make a donation during
our Pledge-a-Procedure campaign in May and June 2016 to provide
critical access to health services for children and families in
Myanmar. All donations are tax-deductible.
Go online and Pledge-a-Procedure today!
Online donations are tax-deductible and receive an immediate
Alternatively, print this donation form (PDF 723KB) and send a cheque,
money order or credit card details
We're committed to making every dollar count.
Donations over $2 are tax-deductible and can be made:
- Online: Make a secure donation
online through the webstore (use or create a log-in)
- By post: Print this donation form (PDF 723KB) and send a cheque,
money order or credit card details
100% of all donations assist in addressing critical surgical
need in disadvantaged communities as well as supporting research
that advances surgical knowledge and practice.
All costs for administering the Foundation for Surgery are
provided by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons so that all
donations can go where they are needed most.
Leaving a gift to the Foundation for Surgery in your Will is a
very special act of generosity and foresight.
Bequests and other gifts allow the Foundation for Surgery to
plan with confidence, invest in long-term projects, and seek
lasting solutions to the critical issues affecting the health of
our communities. For a confidential conversation, you can contact
the Manager of the Foundation for Surgery on ph: 03 9249 1110 or email@example.com.
Cultural Gifts Program
The Foundation for Surgery Cultural Gifts Program is a
philanthropic program managed by the Australian Government
(Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts). Its
principal aim is to encourage a culture of giving by offering
taxation incentives to those who donate to approved public
Donations of works of art including oil paintings, watercolours,
prints and drawings, sculpture, silver, ceramics and glassware are
Contact the College Curator for further information via firstname.lastname@example.org
or on +61 3 9276 7447
The Foundation for Surgery is a unique charity providing
surgical support, training and research where it is needed most.
Thousands of people have been assisted over the past 35 years, with
quality surgical care at the forefront of all our work. In today's
world, the Foundation for Surgery is needed more than ever to meet
the increasing and changing health needs of communities.
We need your help to continue and expand the delivery of these
essential activities. We invite you to join us in making a positive
impact on critical issues affecting millions of children, families
and communities within our region and across Australia and New
Zealand. We are passionate about achieving our goals - and we look
forward to your involvement and support!
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
250-290 Spring Street
East Melbourne VIC 3002 Australia
Telephone: +61 3 9249 1110
Fax: +61 3 9249 1217
Foundation for Surgery logo
The logo is based on the lotus flower - an international
symbol of long life, health, honour and generosity. The foundation
is organic - it is growing, developing and renewing itself for the
next generation to take on the task of providing the gift of life
The series of leaves in the logo represents the facets of
the foundation, portraying the hands of a surgeon, their passion
for providing quality surgical care, their skills and transfer of
knowledge that provide a better quality of life, as well as their
lifelong contribution to healthcare and to our community.
Volunteers and staff provide support through the generous
donation of time, commitment to innovation and administration of
The leaves also represent the 3 key areas and programs that
support the community: international aid programs, innovative
research and the cultural gifts program.