What is the CIBF?
The Cinema Industry Benevolent Fund of Victoria was established in 1937 by a cross section of industry personnel, to assist present and past members of the industry (and/or their immediate families) who incur financial stress through ill health, loss or employment, accident, death or other misfortune. Since 1994, the CIBF has also awarded scholarships to eligible students
The Fund is a recognised charitable organisation with income tax exempt status and is a ‘deductible gift recipient’ in respect to donations made to it (i.e. Donations are tax deductible under Section 30/15 Item 1 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997) and was registered as an Incorporated Association (no. A 0033167Z) in 1996; please refer to ATO tax notices.
Who is the CIBF?
Every person who is engaged in the cinema industry in Victoria, Tasmania, and the Riverina District of NSW is, by virtue of our constitution, able to be a member of the Benevolent Fund. This includes proprietors, managers, projectionists, ticket sellers, floor and candy bar staff, cleaners etc., all film distribution company personnel, and projection and sound equipment providers and service personnel.
From where does the Fund derive its income?
The regular income of the Benevolent Fund comes from:
- investment income;
- Ladies sub-committee luncheon/preview film screenings;
- Annual charity fundraising golf day;
- Raffles; &
|ABN||28 604 010 935|
|Registered Office||27 McIntyre Street, Burwood Vic 3125|
|Postal Address||PO Box 155, Kalorama Vic 3766|
|Telephone||(03) 9889 8438|