Donations & Bequests

It is likely that you know of; or have a family member that is or had resided with us.  As we all get older it is a comfort to know that Moonta Health and Aged Care will be there when needed.   Over the years we have managed to maintain services levels, however funding renewals and capital upgrades has proved challenging.  While we strive ensure that Moonta Health will be here for many years to come, your help and that of our broader community will help us achieve our goals.

Bequests and In Memoriam Donations are a wonderful way to say thank you. You may like to consider leaving a gift to Moonta Health and Aged Care Service, after you have provided for your loved ones in your will.  Alternatively, you can create a lasting legacy for a loved one who has passed away by arranging a collection at the funeral and making a dedicated donation.

Donations are another way of showing appreciation, and we consider them an important part of funding for Moonta Health and Aged Care.

Being a ‘for purpose’ organisation (not-for-profit), we use any donated funds wisely to provide the best possible care and equipment for our residents.

All donations no matter how small are gratefully accepted. In advance we thank you for your thoughtful contribution.  As a registered Not for Profit Charity and a Registered Deductible Gift Recipient, monetary donations over $2 are tax deductible.

Please call us on 08 8825 0000 to discuss how to make bequests and donations.


To support our many activities, programs and resident needs we also undertake and active fundraising program with the assistance of Friends of Parkview our fundraising committee.   These activities include, raffles, trading tables and events.

In addition to the work undertaken by the committee, the board, management and staff will be organising a fundraising cycle ride in mid-2021.

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