Donate

Would you consider helping us in our vision?

A Gift

Clayton Church Homes is committed to providing quality care to our residents. A donation or bequest, no matter how small or large, will be greatly appreciated by the Board of Directors, Staff and Residents and will help us to continue our work.

A Memory

Often a positive and thoughtful way to remember a loved one is to donate a gift in their memory. We sincerely appreciate these donations. In memoriam donations may be made in place of floral tributes at the time of a funeral. Please notify the funeral director if you wish to donate to Clayton Church Homes and a special envelope will be provided for that purpose.

Bequests

A bequest is a gift of a lifetime and one that will provide for future generations. A bequest or donation may include but not be limited to:

  • A specified amount of money
  • A proportion or whole of an estate
  • Stocks and shares
  • Property

Clayton Church Homes is registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) as an incorporated charitable institution with Australian Taxation Office Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status. Donations of $2 and over are tax deductible and a receipt will be provided.

Any donation is greatly appreciated by Clayton Church Homes, and used to improve amenities and services for the residents.

How to donate

“I live in a Retirement Living unit and enjoy my garden, especially at the back where I have some raised beds where I grow lettuce, spinach, rocket and herbs that I pick for my meals everyday.”

Geoff

“I feel respected, safe, cared for and listened to.”

Joyce

“I can travel without worrying about a thing and everyone gets along. It’s the best move I’ve ever made.”

Pauline

“I like the friendships with others, and the care I receive from staff. I feel happy and content and that makes my family happy.”

Audrey

“I love the Cafeteria where we can enjoy a good cappuccino while chatting with other residents. We meet every Friday for Happy Hour when we share news over a drink, have a few jokes and celebrate birthdays”

Clinton

“The staff are very caring. I feel loved and I feel the warmth of everyone I come across.”

Mary