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Donate to UNICEF Australia and you could claim a deduction when submitting your tax return. By making a charity tax-deductible donation to UNICEF Australia, you won’t only be helping provide life-saving support to children across the world, but you’ll also be able to reduce your taxable income this financial year.  

Use our tax calculator tool to estimate the potential tax deduction of your donation. Simply enter your donation amount and select your income bracket to see your potential savings. 


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This table is based upon 2022-2023 ATO individual income tax rates. The above rates do not include the Medicare Levy of 2%. The exact level of your tax deductibility will vary depending on your present financial circumstances. Please seek assistance from an independent taxation professional for formal guidelines.

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After fleeing the war in Ukraine, Eliza stands next to supply boxes in Poland, in a tent provided by a UNICEF local partner organisation.
After fleeing the war in Ukraine, Eliza stands next to supply boxes in Poland, in a tent provided by a UNICEF local partner organisation.
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Your tax-deductible donation can help to send life-saving supplies to children in urgent need. 

Your tax-deductible donation will help to respond to children in urgent need all around the world. By making a donation, you can help us to deliver life-saving supplies during an emergency in just 48 hours. And you'll help us to stay and provide long-term care, well after the headlines fade. 

Every dollar donated to UNICEF as part of your charity tax deduction donation is spent responsibly to maximise impact for children in need. That's why UNICEF is considered one of the most trustworthy charities. 

For the world’s most vulnerable children, UNICEF’s presence on the ground is much more than just life-saving deliveries. In their greatest times of need, UNICEF is an encouraging message of hope from supporters all around the world that children have not been forgotten, and a daily reminder that they have every right to survive and thrive.

Your donation can be a lifeline. 

Make your tax-deductible gift

Help to give life-saving support to children in urgent need around the world.

Your questions about tax-deductible donations, answered 

Your tax-deductible donation will support the world's most vulnerable children. When you donate, you help UNICEF to be there for children who are in the greatest need every time, wherever that may be. 

Every dollar donated to UNICEF Australia as part of your charity tax-deduction donation is spent responsibly to maximise impact for children in need. That's why UNICEF Australia is considered one of the most trustworthy charities.  

By building up a steady pool of flexible resources, UNICEF is also able to respond quickly and effectively if and when an emergency strikes, heading straight to the source to offer immediate relief in the hours and days following a crisis. 

For the world’s most vulnerable children, UNICEF’s presence on the ground is much more than just life-saving deliveries. In their greatest times of need, UNICEF is an encouraging message of hope from supporters all around the world that children have not been forgotten, and a daily reminder that they have every right to survive and thrive. 

Donate to UNICEF Australia and claim a deduction when submitting your tax return. Not only will this be good for your wallet. It’s a great way to support children across the world.  

By becoming a monthly donor you can help UNICEF to provide ongoing support and rebuild futures. 

Monthly gifts are very powerful. They allow us to have predictability, flexibility and efficiency in our funding, which results in a great positive impact for children. 

Your tax-deductible support as a monthly donor means our expert staff can meet the needs of children throughout their entire childhood and adolescence, taking our work to scale.  

In a crisis, when every moment matters, it's the contribution of our monthly donors that enables us to be there before, during and after an emergency strikes.  

  1. Make your charity tax donation to UNICEF online and keep your receipt. If you lose it, don’t worry! We’ll also send you another consolidated receipt before your return is due. 
  2. Gather your key documents and information, like your Tax File Number, receipts and PAYG summary and lodge your tax return. 
  3. As you complete your return, make sure you note down your donation in the D9 Gifts section of the form.  

There is no limit to the amount of charity tax donations you can make to UNICEF Australia. Each donation just needs to be over $2 to be able to be claimed on your tax return.

Tax deductions allow an individual or business to reduce the overall tax that they will pay in a given financial year. 

By making a tax-deductible donation to UNICEF Australia, you can receive a higher refund on tax paid throughout the year, or a reduced tax debt when you complete your tax return. Plus, you’ll be delivering hope to children in need. 

A young girl with blankets wrapped around her, sitting on luggage on the side of a road.
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