Payment Options

Paying by Direct Deposit

Payer Reference: IMPORTANT quote your Invoice number. If you do not have an invoice please contact VALID for a reference number.

Make payment to: Payee: Victorian Advocacy League for Individuals with Disability Inc
Bank: Commonwealth Bank Australia     BSB: 063 165  Account: 1002 0977

Pay by Cheque

Please make cheques payable to VALID and forward to: VALID,  235 Napier St. Fitzroy 3065.

Credit Card Payments

All credit card payments are processed through Paypal. A 3% postage charge is added to payments made by credit card to cover the credit card fee. 

Invoice Payments

Please contact the VALID office if you require an invoice or receipt info@valid.org.au

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Other Payments

Please contact the VALID office if you require an invoice or receipt info@valid.org.au (Eg. Training, resources and posters etc)

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Our Choice Expo

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Having a Say Conference

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Newsletter Subscription

You do not have to be listed as a VALID member in order to receive or newsletter. However, a subscription fee of $15 applies to cover production and postage costs.

Donations

Donations to VALID of more than $2 are tax deductable and greatly appreciated. Alternatively you can also donate online with a credit card.

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Thank you for any contribution you can make to assist VALID.

VALID is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) so your donation to VALID is tax deductible.

Donations are used to support people with disability by sponsoring their attendance at events such as the Having a Say conference as well as supporting VALID's systemic advocacy.