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AMA Queensland 2024 Tax Appeal


AMA Queensland 2024 Tax Appeal

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Ahead of the end of financial year (EOFY), the AMA Queensland Foundation has launched its annual Tax Appeal. 
This year's appeal will raise funds to support current medical students who are experiencing financial hardship, allowing them to continue studying.
AMA Queensland Foundation offers up to three Medical Student Scholarships each year and we need your support to continue this legacy in 2025.
Thanks to your ongoing commitment to our scholarships program, this year the Foundation was able to increase the scholarships to three and your generosity helped us achieve this goal.

Sponsor one student

There is also the option to name a scholarship in your or your organisation’s honour.
Please feel free to contact us at [email protected] should you wish to discuss this worthy option.

The donations received via this 2024 EOFY Tax Appeal will be exclusively directed to the Foundation Medical Student Scholarships program. Every dollar that you donate will assist a medical student in a time of need.
AMA Queensland Foundation is about Doctors Doing Good. Please consider investing in our future doctors in financial need and help them finish their medical degrees.
Thank you for your consideration and your financial support.

All donations over $2 are tax deductible. 

2024 Medical Student Scholarship recipients

Wylie Leeson
Currently in his fifth year of medicine at James Cook University, Wylie was forced to take a leave of absence from study and quit his two jobs after being diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis during his third year of medicine. 

Taylor Edgley
Taylor was 12 when she lost her father to cancer. Now in her third year if medicine at JCU, she works two jobs to help her Mum pay the rent, but the high demand of clinical placements mean she will have to quit her jobs to complete her degree.

Goachagorn Darathai
Goachagorn moved from her home country, Thailand, to Australia with her mother at the age of nine. She experienced homelessness during her second and third years of medical school, but is now in her fourth and final year at Griffith University.