The Trustee for Ballarat Anglican Cathedral Music Foundation
Also known as “Cathedral Music Foundation”, The Trustee for Ballarat Anglican Cathedral Music Foundation is a small-scale charity established in 2019. Their main activity is registered as culture and arts primarily serving general community in australia.
Promote the performance of sacred and secular music included holding concerts and offering a choir bursary
Who They Help
- General community in Australia
Total employee expenses: $0 (0% of revenue).
Average full-time equivalent salary: $0.
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- Maxwell Pietruschka
- Peter Jarvis
- TrusteeAlso represents: Anglican Careforce Ballarat, Anglican Parish of West Moorabool, Anglican Parish Of Ararat, Anglican Parish Of Horsham, Anglican Church Of St Pauls East Ballarat, Anglican Parish Of Beaufort.Possibly also represents: Auzzie's Raptor Rehabilitation Association Inc., Uca Barmera Uniting Church And Berri Combned Congregations, FreeHearts Animal Sanctuary Inc, Anglican Parish Of St Johns Ballarat, Anglican Parish Of Glenelg Wannon, Christ Church Catherdral Ballarat, Anglican Parish Of Warrnambool, Anglican Parish Of Edenhope, Anglican Parish Of Port Fairy, Anglican Parish Of Warracknabeal, Anglican Parish Of West Wimmera, Anglican Parish Of Holy Trinity Sebastopol, Anglican Parish Of Stawell, The Mission District Of St Francis Of Assisi, Anglican Parish Of Hamilton, Buninyong Anglican Church, Anglican Parish Of Colac, Anglican Parish Of Wendouree.
- Fiona Watson
- Christopher Chataway
- Timothy Hovey
- TrusteePossibly also represents: The Bob And Emma House Foundation.
- Registration Status
- Charity is registered.
- DGR Status
Donations can be claimed as a tax deduction. (Fund name: BALLARAT ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL MUSIC FOUNDATION).
- Office Address
Po Box 98
- Operating States
- Entity Type
Cash Management Trust
A cash management trust is a trust that pools the relatively small investments of individuals and invests the funds it receives in short-dated securities (such as treasury notes and bank bills) that have traditionally required large minimum investments.