FXAA Endowment Fund
The Fragile X Association Endowment Fund was established in early 2012 to enable funds to be invested to generate income for the activities of the Association to ensure its long term survival and operation.
The overall objective of the Endowment Fund’s investment strategy is to provide a conservative and prudent framework within which the fund may grow its capital and earn a steady income to support the Association’s core activities of raising awareness of the syndrome and supporting those individuals and families living with Fragile X.
The Endowment Fund is maintained and accounted for separately from the Association’s other funds and is managed by an Advisory Committee. This Committee meets regularly and reports to the Association.
Gifts to the Fund over $2 are tax deductible. Where donors designate that their contribution is to the Fund, donations will be paid directly into the Fund’s bank account. Donations of other property will be recorded in the accounts of the Fund. All legacies or bequests from wills received will be paid into the Fund, unless the terms of the gift otherwise specify.
To make a donation to Fragile X Association of Australia Inc Endowment Fund please complete the form available for download below.
Alternatively, you have the power to help us help those living with Fragile X. After family and friends, please consider the Fragile X Association of Australia as a beneficiary under your will.
If you would like to include the Association in your will, we are able to provide you with appropriate wording which may assist you. Please contact the office for this information on 1300 394 6363.
The Association thanks all past and future contributors for their support and generosity.
Endowment Fund Advisory Committee
David Bassingthwaighte (Chair) retired as a director of PricewaterhouseCoopers in July 2011 where he was an advisor to high net worth individuals, their private companies and trusts. He specialises in income tax, superannuation, estate and succession planning, as well as providing sophisticated advice on structures to protect and effectively pass wealth between generations. Since retirement, David has set up a consulting business with a number of family investment companies.
Martin Davey is a chartered accountant who specialises in Audit and Corporate Finance. In 1994 he joined Schroders Australia as Finance Director, responsible for the property funds management business. In 2000 Martin joined the Sydney Futures Exchange (SFE) as Chief Financial Officer. He retired in 2006, after overseeing the merger of the SFE.
Marion Pascoe (BA. LLB (Hons) ANU, LLM (Hons) (Syd) is a barrister, and former Deputy Parliamentary Counsel, in NSW. She has over 25 years experience in drafting legislation and giving specialised legal advice with respect to proposed legislation.
Graham Hook. Graham is a director and former President of FXAA.
Christine Kelleher. Christine is a director and Secretary of FXAA.