I have just helped set up a charitable Foundation. It is to help under-privileged kids participate in tennis, which can be a very expensive sport to get into.
Last week it obtained Deductible Gift Recipient status in Category 1, the best category to be in. This means the all donations made to the Foundation are fully tax deductible.
We did the same for a ACS 1962 Trust, which provides prizes to computer science undergraduates in WA for excellence in IT studies.
This is another pro bono activity so I can only afford to one a year, but if you hear of any charities that are seeking deductible gift status, or are involved with charities that might like to get DGR status, Michael Paterson & Associates might be able to assist.