Section B: Endorsement information
4 Which item number applies to your organisation, or to your organisation's fund, authority or institution?
Check the list of DGR categories to find the item number that best describes your organisation, or your organisation's fund, authority or institution. You may also need to complete an additional schedule.
You also must check to see if your type of DGR requires preapproval by other government departments.
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Do not complete this application if you cannot identify an item number that applies to your organisation or your organisation's fund, authority or institution. Your organisation is not entitled to endorsement.
If your organisation is a public institution for research as described in the list of DGR categories, you would provide the following item number at this question. This category does not require pre-approval by other government department or you to complete an additional schedule.
Only include additional item numbers if they are relevant to your organisation, or your organisation's fund, authority or institution.
Sue is completing an application on behalf of a public fund established for providing money for a public ambulance service, which is a DGR. Using the instructions and GiftPack, Sue works out that the fund is a public fund for public ambulance services (item number 1.1.8).
She also looks at public ancillary fund (item number AA.A.AA), but does not think it qualifies because the trustees of the fund are not corporate trustees. Sue should enter only item number 1.1.8 at this question.
End of example
Pre-approval by other government departments
The following categories require schedules to be sent in with the application for DGR endorsement:
- Scholarship fund
- Australian disaster relief fund
- Animal welfare charity
- Charitable services institution
- War memorial fund
- Developed country disaster relief fund
- Fire and emergency services fund
- Private ancillary fund
- Public ancillary fund
Last modified: 12 Oct 2016QC 16316