We thank the following for their ongoing generous support of the Bureau:
- Irish Government Department of Foreign Affairs
- Victorian Multicultural Commission
- The City of Darebin
- McNamara & Company Chartered Accountants
- B. Natoli Lawyers & Consultants
- Adviceline Injury Lawyers
The IASRB relies on a mix of grants from Irish and Australian governments. This combined with members fees and donations helps the Bureau to deliver its valuable services.
We also sincerely thank the businesses and individuals who donate accounting and legal expertise to the IASRB.
A. B. Natoli Pty, located in Cotham Street, Kew, has generously provided pro-bono legal services to the IASRB for decades.
Paul Natoli, a partner with the firm, assists with the preparation and management of wills and estates for members of the Bureau. He also provides legal advice and support for staff of the Bureau. We sincerely thank Paul and his firm for their kindness.
Adviceline Injury Lawyers is a leading personal injury law firm with a passion for helping clients access the compensation they need to get their lives back on track.
If you are injured or unwell and believe that you may be entitled to compensation, it is important to get advice early. The expert lawyers at Adviceline can ease the burden of navigating the claims process by providing support and guidance every step of the way.
When you call Adviceline, you won’t speak to a secretary or call centre. You’ll speak directly to one of their Accredited Specialists and qualified lawyers who will be able to give you advice straight away. That same lawyer will represent you through the process and will ensure you get the outcome you are entitled to.
To book your free appointment, or get preliminary advice over the phone, call (03) 9321 9988.
Adviceline offers a ‘No Win, No Fee’ arrangement, meaning that if they proceed with a claim you will only have to pay legal costs if you obtain compensation.
The Irish Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs Emigrant Support Program has been a offered generous support to the IASRB since 1996. The funding is provided for administration and special need programs. Grants have to submitted on an annual basis and audited acquittals submitted to enable the Bureau to be eligible for further funding.
The IASRB is extremely grateful to the Irish Government for the ongoing support which enables groups to focus on and increase the services offered.
Australian government funding has been provided by the Victorian Multicultural Commission and the City of Darebin.
We are grateful to McNamara & Company Chartered Accountants, located in Richmond, for generously donating services to the IASRB.
We appreciate the support that Liam McNamara has provided in the past few years, managing all our accounting needs, including due diligence, superannuation, payroll, etc.
Liam has ensured that the Bureau's books are in order, ensuring that we comply with the financial reporting requirements of a registered Not For Profit organisation in the State of Victoria.