Donate to ANTaR

Support Justice, Rights and Respect for First Nations Peoples.

Demand Justice #Aboriginal Lives Matter

432 Aboriginal people have died in custody since the 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, with no police officers held criminally responsible to date. This is a national shame. One death in custody is too many. Help us advocate for governments to end the discriminatory policies that see First Nations People in Australia criminalised, incarcerated, and dying.

Help our Demand Justice Appeal — Once Off

Surviving Covid 19

We’re continuing to work with our partners at the Close the Gap Campaign and with the National Indigenous Peak organisations to keep the spotlight on these issues in coming months. However, we’re also concerned about our organisation survival at this time, when some supporters are understandably finding it hard to support too many charities. Our strength and growth comes from monthly partners in the community. Are you able to help?

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Hands Up for NAIDOC Week 2020!

We’re working to continue sharing our iconic Sea of Hands in virtual form with communituies around the country for NAIDOC Week this year, rescheduled for 8-15 November. Show your support for the Sea of Hands, a symbol of solidarity with First Nations Peoples.

Support our virtual Sea of Hands — Once Off

Treaty Appeal

The National Treaties Summit is an opportunity to help Australia take a significant stride towards reconciliation by elevating the discussion and focus on agreement making and treaty across the continent. The Treaty Summit is still postponed - but will return! Over 300 delegates were ready for it, ANTaR and our partners were ready for it, and while we wait restrictions to be lifted ANTAR’s community awareness work on Treaty continues.

Support our Treaty Appeal — Once Off

 

 

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Become a Regular Donor

Your monthly gift will allow ANTaR to plan effective campaigns and continue our vital work for justice, rights and respect for Australia’s First Peoples.

Your monthly donation will be automatically contributed from your credit card. We will send you a receipt annually, just after the end of each financial year, showing all of your regular donations. You can change or cancel your regular donations at any time.

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What does ANTaR do with your donation?

We rely on the generosity of our donors. Your donation will help ANTaR achieve the social and political change needed to overcome Indigenous disadvantage. By supporting ANTaR you join the only national advocacy organisation dedicated specifically to the rights and justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

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5 Great Reasons to Donate to ANTaR

  1. Be part of a genuinely grass-roots movement for justice, rights and respect

    ANTaR was born as a grassroots movement of people, coming together to support the aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for justice and rights. Your commitment makes ANTaR what it is – an organisation founded on the passion and integrity of community supporters around the country.

  2. Get behind campaigns built on partnership.

    ANTaR is working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to reduce imprisonment rates, finally eliminate racism from our Constitution, achieve health equality and address discrimination in Northern Territory communities.

  3. Support a small dynamic NGO, with low overheads

    Although ANTaR is a small organisation, we are actively engaged across a range of policy issues and campaigns. We respond quickly in the media to new developments. Our overheads are low, which means your donations make a bigger impact.

  4. Provide direct support for Australia’s First Peoples

    Along with advocacy, we deliver an economic development program that directly benefits Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Through our online shop and merchandise program, we support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, musicians, producers and businesses.

  5. Support informed, evidence-based advocacy for a better Australia

    ANTaR’s campaigns and advocacy are based on evidence and human rights principles. Our work is inclusive and non-partisan, respectful, collaborative and strategic.

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Your privacy

ANTaR is bound by the National Privacy Principles contained in the Commonwealth Privacy Act. Please read ANTaR’s privacy policy here.

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How we secure your payment

ANTaR uses industry-standard technology and procedures to secure every transaction.

Encryption

Whenever you provide sensitive personal details or credit card information on-line, you can verify you are connected securely to ANTaR’s server by looking for your browser’s security indicator.

Depending on your browser, this will often be a padlock in the status bar or address bar, or site identity button to the left of the web address in the address bar. You can view details of ANTaR’s security certificate and the level of encryption by clicking on this indicator.

ANTaR uses up to 256-bit SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) to encrypt sensitive data between your browser and our servers.

Credit card payments

 

eWAY Payment Gateway

 

ANTaR uses eWay, one of Australia’s most awarded and respected on-line payment services, to process your credit card payment.

eWay uses 256-bit encryption to communicate securely with ANTaR’s servers and processes payments in real time through secure off-line links with all major Australian banks and credit card providers.

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Tax-deductibility

ANTaR is an independent, non-party political organisation that relies almost entirely on donations from the public to continue its work. In this way, ANTaR’s advocacy and voice remains strong and focussed on evidence and human rights. Currently, the Australian Government does not allow not-for-profits that are primarily engaged in advocacy activities to have tax-deductible status. Although your donations to ANTaR are not tax-deductible, you can be sure that ANTaR remains politically independent in supporting Indigenous peoples’ fight for justice in Australia.

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