The AINSE Trust
Please feel free to Contact Dr Frank Bruhn, Managing Director, AINSE on 02 9717 3388 to discuss any aspect of the Trust Fund.
If you wish to make a donation please fill in the donation form and forward to firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the AINSE Trust, established in 2008, is to provide scholarships and fellowships for Australian students and researchers who are participating in AINSE programs.
The Trust is a Deductible Gift Recipient Body. Donations, gifts and bequests larger than $2 are tax deductible.Smaller donations will be amalgamated to support post-graduate top-up scholarships (PGRAs), while larger ones which are sufficient to support a scholarship on their own, may support a named PGRA. A generous contribution from the family of the late Dr John Ferris, a long-standing ANSTO environmental scientist, to support a top-up scholarship in the area of environmental science marks the first major donation to the Trust Fund. It will support the John Ferris Memorial PGRA.
Scholarships and research fellowships awarded from the Trust will be subject to the well established AINSE peer review process.
You can help by providing a donation to the AINSE Trust.
AINSE Trust Benefactors
Anon, Jean Balcombe, Connie Banos, Simon Bastin, Ralph Blake & Karyn Stanley, Eileen Brogan, Ashley Brown, Ceilidh Collective Sales, Brian & Pat Charleton, Josick Comarmond, Nicola Creighton, Danielle Crowley, Basil Ellis, Tegan Evans, Chris Garvey, Martha Halliday, Kaye Hart, Patrick Hartley, Emmy Hoffmann, Geraldine Jacobsen, Enrique Jarquin, Andrew Jenkinson, Catherine Kealley, Hadi Khairuddin, Langkawi Rest, Tom Loosz, Haider Meriaty, Lida Mohkber-Shahin, Genelle Odlum, Tim Payne, Dan Perera, J Rowston & D Churchill, Luis Rudenas, Ulla Rudko, Rob Russell, Val Sadler, Steve Vikatos, Chris Waring, Atun Zawadzki, E/Professor Ronald McDonald
$100 - $999
E/Professor Stewart Campbell, Professor Tim White, Anon, S&M Chambers, David Copplestone Environmental Agency, Peter Gell, Celia Hacker, Kaye Hart, Henk Heijnis, Peter Holden, Mike Hotchkiss, Barbara Hurburgh, Eugenia Kuo & Craig Jin, Macquarie University Faculty of Science, Geoff Malone, Cait Maloney, Dr James Mitroy, Prince of Wales Scottish Dance Group, J Read, Sandra Sdraulig, Jenny & Peter Sharp, Bernd Lottermoser, Dr Dennis Mather, Professor Steven Thurgate, Dr Ron Cooper, University of Sunshine Coast, Dr Robert Robinson
$1000 - $10,000
Dr Roger Gammon, Mr A E (Bill) Palmer