Kapululangu relies on contributions from our supporters in order to carry out our work to maintain and teach Aboriginal women's Law and Cultural knowledge. Your contributions help our Elders and Members to run cultural programs for all of their community - young as well as older, men as well as women, non-Indigenous as well as Indigenous residents.
Kapululangu is a Deductible Gift Recipient. This means that all donations $2 and over are tax deductible.
You can support Kapululangu by:
Donating funds through direct deposit or electronic transfer to our Bank Account
Joining Kapululangu's 500 X $500 Club
Arranging your bank to make a monthly payment of $10, $50, $100, or as much as you can afford
Sending a cheque to our postal address
Or you can email us and we'll contact you: to discuss possibilities: firstname.lastname@example.org
Make a Donation by Direct Deposit or Electronic Transfer or Monthly Payment:
You can make a direct donation or arrange a regular payment to:
Kapululangu Aboriginal Women’s Association Commonwealth Bank Kununurra Branch BSB: 066 530 Account: 10107707
Please put your name on the donation when to organise the transfer and then send an email with your full contact details and the date and amount of your donation to email@example.com If you let us know that you are depositing funds into our account we can add you to our mailing list to receive the Kapululangu News, our quarterly newsletter. If you can't make a donation but want to keep informed of our activities then please send us an email and we'll add you to our list.
Join Kapululangu’s 500 X $500 Club
Kapululangu’s elders are inviting individuals, organisations and corporations to join its 500 X $500 Club. The 500 X $500 Club works by 500 people, corporations or organisations pledging to donate $500 (or more) per year to Kapululangu and to keep up their donations for as long as they can. Pledges are not binding. Contributions toward the full annual amount can be made yearly, quarterly or monthly.
All donors will receive Kapululangu’s quarterly newsletter and a Club membership certificate to display to show your support for Kapululangu and Aboriginal Australia. In addition corporations and organisations will be added to our list of sponsors and named in our newsletter, annual report and website (for that year). (Individuals may elect to be listed also.)
To join the 500 X $500 Club all you have to do is arrange a regular electronic payment.
Join the Maleny Initiative
You could join the residents of Maleny (Qld) who have organised to make montly deposits of $10 to $200 into Kappululangu’s bank account. Just deposit however much you can afford. These small gifts really add up. They make a reliable contribution to Kapululangu which enables us to have and do the things not covered in our grants. All support counts!
If you can't get to a bank you can Send a Cheque
Because the bank is 900 km away from Balgo we prefer direct deposit into our bank account. But if you need to or prefer to send a cheque please make it out to:
Kapululangu Aboriginal Women’s Association
and send it to this address:
Kapululangu Aboriginal Women’s Association Private Mail Bag 308 Balgo via Halls Creek Western Australia 6770 Australia
You Might Form a Support Group
Are you a concerned Australian who is keen to make a contribution towards Closing the Gap between Indigenous and Settler Australians? One good way of doing this is to assist the Kapululangu elders. You can help Kapululangu by raising awareness and funds in your local community. Kapululangu invites interested individuals and groups to registering with us as a supporter. You don't need to set yourself up as a group - you just need to be supportive. Or you might be a group already. Support Groups can hold events and do fundraising for Kapululangu. In Maleny (Qld) women and men have gathered together on a weekly basis to knit beanies and make dancing skirts for the elders, and to even run exciting fundraises (such as an auction at their local market). If you are interested in forming a support group, please contact Kapululangu for more information and a registration form.
You might like to Volunteer Your Time and Skills
apululangu is seeking volunteers with skills. Kapululangu invites women who are interested in spend a month living with the elders at the Kapululangu Women’s Law House in Balgo to apply to be a volunteer with us. Please see the special page: Volunteers Welcome.
Please feel welcome to contact Kapululangu for more information:
Kapululangu Aboriginal Women’s Association
Private Mail Bag 308 Balgo
via Halls Creek
Western Australia 6770