Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Foundation Limited (SKMCFL) has been incorporated in Sydney, Australia to accept donations. The Foundation strives to maintain a level of trustworthiness, efficiency, transparency and accountability across all levels of operations. We are registered with the ACNC (Australian Charities & Not-For-Profits Commission). SKMCFL holds authority to conduct its fundraising activities in all states and territories of Australia.

Donation Form

Funds Transfer Options

You can do bank transfer, or use PayPal. For bank transfer, receipt is issued after funds verification.

General donation options

Zaqat, Sadqah, Fitrana, Sponsor a cancer patient, Sponsor projects in various cities, Equipment etc.

Other donation options

Donate Bricks of Hope (Karachi Project)

Donate 3 Meals per day (3 meals = $5)

Your Details

Our Accounts

Your transactions, whether by bank transfer or cheques are payable to "SHAUKAT KHANUM CANCER FOUNDATION"

Westpac Banking Corporation Australia

Account Title: Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Foundation Limited
BSB: 032-143
Account no: 376642

National Australia Bank

Account Title: Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Foundation
BSB: 082-057
Account no: 956916961

Mail cheques to:

Suite 12, Level 1, 89 Jones Street,
Ultimo, Sydney
Phone: +61 92118465

Our Tax Status

The Australian Taxation Office has endorsed ‘Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Foundation Limited’ as a deductible gift recipient under subdivision 30-BA of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. Your donations may be tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Claiming a tax deduction

You can claim a tax deduction by using a printed copy of your bank transfer receipt or your bank statement. The Australian Taxation Office accepts your own records for making a claim.

If you need a formal receipt from Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Foundation Australia, please Email Us. We will provide you with an acknowledgement receipt.

Child patient
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit

ATO has endorsed us as a deductible gift recipient under subdivision 30-BA of the IT Assessment Act 1997.

We are a deductible gift recipient.

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