Donors for exciting new documentary project required – are you ready to be a part of history?

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We are delighted to announce that Director, Sally McLean, on behalf of Franz Stampfl: The Man Behind the Miracle Mile has been approved to be officially listed on the AbaF Australia Cultural Fund (ACF) register for fundraising purposes for the project.

What does this mean?

Essentially, this means that we can now raise money for the project via the ACF within Australia via donations from individuals and companies – AND – we can therefore offer you a tax deduction for your donation of $2 (two dollars) or more!

So, how does this all work and who are the AbaF Australia Cultural Fund anyway?

The AbaF (Australian Business Arts Foundation) is a national organisation which connects the arts, business and donors. They work with businesses large and small, arts organisations of all types, individual artists, trusts and foundations. They provide advice, professional development, volunteering and networking opportunities.

The Australia Cultural Fund (ACF) is the AbaF’s free arts donation service and was established to encourage people to donate to the arts and to enable artists, including filmmakers, to benefit from this generosity. Artists and arts organisations can register to use the service which enables their donors to make tax deductible donations to the fund*.

Donations are paid in full as grants once approved by the AbaF Board. A total of more than $7 million has been donated to the arts through AbaF.

Artists and arts organisations apply to the Fund for consideration to be registered with the AbaF Australia Cultural Fund.  Once approved, they are listed on the ACF website and provided with both an online and PDF form for use to request donations for their project.

Sally McLean has been listed as an individual artist (filmmaker) for the project on the AbaF Australia Cultural Fund register.  All monies raised via the AbaF will go directly to the project.

  • To see our listing on the Australian Cultural Fund (AbaF) website, click here.
  • To go straight to our online donation form, also on the ACF website, click here.
  • Or you can download a PDF version of the donation form to print, fill out and post, here.

So – are you up for the challenge? Looking to get involved and support an exciting new project that fills in some of the missing pieces on the Australian sporting and historical landscape? Or, more prosaically, do you need to get a tax deduction this year?

Then this is the adventure/project/solution for you!

Click on any of the links below to begin the process of financially supporting Franz Stampfl: The Man Behind the Miracle Mile and become involved in a unique piece of Australian and sporting history!

  • To see our listing on the Australian Cultural Fund (AbaF) website, click here.
  • To go straight to our online donation form, also on the ACF website, click here.
  • Or you can download a PDF version of the donation form to print, fill out and post,here.

Got questions? You can email us at info(at)franzthemovie(dot)com.  Or you can call the AbaF on (03) 9616 0300 for more information.

Your support is truly appreciated.  Thank you!

* Family members of recipients cannot donate through AbaF and receive a tax deduction.

14 thoughts on “Donors for exciting new documentary project required – are you ready to be a part of history?”

  1. My father knew Franz in England just after the War. I am very glad to see this film is being done and look forward to seeing it on British screens – perfect for the upcoming Olympics as well – I wish you every success.

  2. This project is long overdue – I wish you all the best and will spread the word. Franz was a truly remarkable man. Good luck and God bless.

  3. fantastic project altogether, you just won a brand new fan. I will spread the word both here and in Germany – hope you reach your funding goals!

  4. Hiya, I am really glad I have found this information. Nowadays bloggers publish only about gossips and web stuff and this is actually frustrating. A good site with exciting content, this is what I need. Thank you for keeping this web-site, I look forward to also seeing the film. Do you do newsletters? Can not find the link.

  5. Hey very cool site!! Man .. Excellent .. Amazing .. I will bookmark your web site and take the feeds also … thanks for sharing. . . . . .

  6. You sure do understand what you’re about. Man, your blog is just terrific! I cannot wait to learn more of what you’ve got to share about this amazing man and coach. Good luck and I look forward to seeing this on TV soon!

  7. I like what you guys are up to. Such smart work and reporting! Keep up the excellent works guys I’ve incorporated you guys to my blogroll. I think it will improve the value of my site :). “As is a tale, so is life not how long it is, but how good it is, is what matters.” by Lucius Annaeus Seneca.

  8. Good website! I truly love how it is simple yet striking in design and the content is well written. I’ve subscribed to your RSS feed to keep up with your progress and can’t wait to see the film – will it be released in the UK? Have a great day!

  9. Bravo for such a fantastic site. And good luck with your donation drive. I look forward to seeing the finished film in France! Well done!

  10. I’m extremely impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your weblog. Is this a paid theme or did you modify it yourself? Anyway keep up the nice quality writing, it is rare to see a great blog like this one nowadays and the project sounds fantastic! I look forward to seeing it here in Italy!

  11. Wonderful site. Plenty of useful information here about Franz Stampfl, which I didn’t know before. Great to hear there is a film coming about his life. I’m sending it to several pals and additionally sharing in delicious. And obviously, thanks for your hard work and passion!

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