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Kingston Charitable Fund


The Kingston Charitable Fund was established in February 2007 as an initative of Kingston City Council in partnership with The Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation. The  Fund aims to support charitable organisations that meet community needs, make the community stronger and more connected, and complement Council’s activities in the community.

The Kingston Charitable Fund raises money from businesses and philanthropic communities within the City of Kingston. All money donated to the Fund goes into a perpetual account, managed by the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation, which generates a lifetime income. This interest is dispersed each year to Kingston Community Charities via our Kingston Charitable Fund Grants Program.

Since its inception, the Kingston Charitable Fund has raised more than  $1.2 million and assisted more than 50 local organisations with over $400,000 in grants.

How to support the Fund

You can make a tax deductable donation to the Kingston Charitable Fund by visiting the secure website of our Trust partner, the Lord Mayor's Charitable Foundation

Scroll down to 'Donation Details' and select 'Kingston Charitable Fund' from the campaign list. You can pay by Visa, Mastercard, Amex or Diners Card.  

Once you have made your donation, you will receive a receipt in the mail. Alternatively you can contact Morgan Henley, Festival and Fund Project Officer at the City of Kingston to arrange to present your donation.

All donations to the Kingston Charitable Fund of $2 or more are tax deductible.



Kingston Charitable Fund is a charitable fund account of the Lord Mayors Charitable Foundation. Inspiring Philanthropy since 1923.