Deductible Gift Recipient Status for Ebenezer Foundation

Fusion is a proud supporter of the Ebenezer Foundation & the Ebenezer Christian College.  Reg Moodley, a Fusion Director/Partner has a very active role in this community initiative that aims to give students from disadvantaged backgrounds every opportunity to break out of their situation through the medium of quality education.  Reg has been the driving force behind the school and is currently also the Principal. As a corporate citizen Fusion believes in education as the catalyst to creating a brighter & better tomorrow for our community and society as a whole. Fusion is therefore pleased to release Reg to take the school to it’s full potential which is a worthwhile investment.

Based in Prospect NSW, Ebenezer Christian College has grown rapidly since 2011 and now has 54 students enrolled in Grades 1 -10. It has a powerful Christian philosophy that focuses on character development & feeling of self worth aside from academic excellence. As such it aspires to be a school of choice in the years to come provided we have the support of our community in this venture. It’s worth mentioning that 50% of students are enrolled on a Nil Fee basis to ensure deserving students are not disadvantaged

To fund the on-going development of the school, Fusion has assisted the Ebenezer Foundation in setting up a Building Fund with a DGR status that was granted by the ATO. The funds raised will be used for improving the school infrastructure including land acquisition to secure a more permanent home for the school. Sponsors may now claim donations above $2 as a Tax Deduction under the Deductible Gift Recipient status. Donors are welcome to sponsor children in need with school fees, uniforms, extra curricular activities etc. Several corporate sponsors have already pledged their support behind the school. Others are invited to participate as well. Please contact the schol for details.

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