Adelaide Football Club

Adelaide Football Club Fund

About

The AFC Fund is a fundraising program, initiated by the Adelaide Football Club to provide opportunity to receive tax deductible donations and in doing so develop a strong, competitive team and to provide meaningful football and community programs now and into the future.

Since entering the AFL competition in 1991 the Crows have competed in the finals on 12 occasions, bringing home the premiership cup twice, in 1997 and 1998.

The goal of the Adelaide Football Club is to establish a world class football department and an inclusive community program, giving pride to all who loves the game of AFL and the Club that the foundations are in place to be competitive both now and for future generations to see.

In order to achieve this, the Adelaide Football Club has partnered with the Australian Sports Foundation to create the AFC Fund. All donations to the fund by those members, fans and other stakeholders are fully tax deductible and every donation will play a vital role in the continual development of the club.

By making a contribution, you will be an important part of the AFC family and pave a pathway for a strong and prosperous future for our organisation.

OTHER PROJECTS THAT NEED SUPPORT

Albert Park South Melbourne Rowing Club

Equipment Enhancement

Wests Scarborough Rugby Union Football Club

Wests Clubhouse and Facilities Renovation

Raising fund to renovate and develop the Clubhouse and facilities.

$500

Raised

Sydney Junior Rugby Union

Grass Roots Program

To develop rugby in the Sydney basis with a focus on the western suburbs and women's rugby

Canoeing Western Australia

Canoeing Western Australia

Fundraising to support our athletes across a range of disciplines, grassroots and the growth of our sport

Sports community partners

  • Keith Prowse Travel
  • Clearinghouse for Sport
  • SportsTG
  • Good 2 give
  • AIS
  • Australian Sports Commission
  • Play by the Rules
  • Spartan Sports

Keep in touch with ASF

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