Saturday, May 18, 2013

Whip Up Family Trust Fund for her children

There has been overwhelming love expressed here in the past few days for these two amazing children of Kathreen and Rob and today a trust fund for their future was established. For their daughter Otilija and son Orlando, two gorgeous, sweet, gentle and brave kids who were loved, cherished and adored by their parents. Many people have asked “what can I do”. The family have given their full permission and blessing for a fund for the children. Please consider making a contribution to support the children in their future*^. At this point in time, only a direct bank deposit is available. We are working on getting a PayPal button established here however for now, Australians can direct transfer using the BSB and Account Number and International assistance can be accepted via bank deposit using the Swift Code. For Australians : BSB : 633-000 Account# : 149480667 Account Name : ITF Otilija and Orlando Shugg Cheques and money orders can be sent to ITF Otilija and Orlando Shugg, PO Box 370, Dickson ACT 2602. For International Contributions : Account # : 633000149480667 Swift Code : BENDAU3B (International Banks will require this code) Account Name : ITF Otilija and Orlando Shugg Bank Details : Bendigo Bank, 161 London Circuit, Canberra ACT 2602 Australia International people may require an address for the beneficiaries as well. That is PO Box 370, Dickson ACT 2602 Australia EDIT: Overnight I have been advised that some US banks will not accept a PO Box due to money laundering legislation. The physical address for this account is a home address so please email me procrasticraft at gmail dot com for details should you require this. Enquiries can be directed to Julie McMahon via email to procrasticraft {at} gmail {dot} com or post to PO Box 370, Dickson ACT 2602 Australia *All donations, no matter how big or small are gratefully received. However, due to the cost of bank processing fees, we respectfully request that donations be more than $2 as this is the charge of processing an international transaction. Should international contributors wish to send a cheque (check), the fee for processing charged by the banks in Australia is $10. ^Regrettably, contributions are not tax deductible. Share and Enjoy:

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