The Morialta Trust has launched a new way to engage with supporters, partners and charities in South Australia. Our new direction means all grants applications, agreements and bookings will all occur through our website.
We also wish to invite you to our Annual Morialta Dinner on 8 November, where we will be hearing from successful applicants as well as acknowledging Kath’s 20 years of service. We wish Kath all the best with her future endeavours as she concludes her time with the Trust on 1 September. Click here to book and pay online.
- 28 Aug–1 Sep – Applicants notified results of 2017 grant round. *This may be pushed back one extra week to Fri Sep 7.
- 13 Oct – Presentation Ceremony | 1pm
Danby St, Thebarton
Click here to book for Grants Distribution Ceremony
- 8 Nov – Morialta Friends’ Dinner | 6.30pm for 7pm
TAFE Graduates Restaurant, 137 Days Rd, Regency Park
Click here to book and pay online
May – 2018 Grant round opens
Morialta Trust have been improving the lives of disadvantaged children, young people and their families for over forty years. The trustees and associates of Morialta have achieved this through wise financial stewardship and our annual distribution programme.
Donations made to Morialta support a wide range of community organisations and strategic projects. You can play a part in helping disadvantaged children and young people through Morialta Trust.
Morialta Charitable Trust Fund (ABN: 74 842 318 623) has been supporting disadvantaged children, young people and their families in South Australia through its annual program of distributions for 40 years. To enable the fund to continue this support through community organisations in South Australia, Morialta Charitable Trust Fund seeks donations from the public.
Donations of $2 and above are tax deductible and can be forwarded to The Morialta Trust Fund
Contact Mrs Leanne Galpin our online office administrator via our contact form.
Morialta Trust Inc Fund
Donations made to the Morialta Trust Inc. Fund assists those among us who don’t have the financial resources to have a modest standard of living in Australia.
Gifts of $2 or more are tax deductible